Natural Park Caddy

 

The Natural Park Caddy, an area of 41.342 hectares, is the second largest natural park in Catalonia.
This is a mountain park, located between the 800 m at the bottom of the valleys and the 2.648 from the Puig de la Canal Baridana;
The two great mountain ranges of Cadí and Moixeró, joined by the neck of Tancalaporta, they form an impressive mountain barrier, elongated from west to east in an extension of about 30 km, in the Segre watershed (Cerdanya and Alt Urgell) and the Llobregat (Berguedà). Its slopes, especially those in the north, they form steep cliffs, with almost vertical walls and deeply embedded valleys. The Pedraforca, la Tossa and Puigllançada form more differentiated units.
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