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Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park

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The northern slope of Serra del Cadí. Photo credit: Kiku Camps
The Cadí - Moixeró Nature Park is an area of natural interest in Catalonia, characterized by the beauty of its varied landscapes, by the high biodiversity and by its cultural and historical heritage. Located in the Pre-Pyrenees, the park is formed by the mountain ranges of Cadi and Moixero, and by the massifs of Pedraforca, the Puigllançada and a large part of the Tosa d'Alp.

The Pre-Pyrenees ranges of Cadí and Moixeró form an impressive mountain barrier thirty kilometers long. Among the places of special interest we can cite the steep cliffs of the northern slope of the Cadi Range, the Vulturó peak (the highest highest point of the park, with 2,648 m), and the sources of Bastareny river.

The park's vegetation is very varied, with some very valuable species, including 50 Catalan endemic species. The fauna includes chamois, woodpecker (symbol of the park), the Pyrenean owl and the marten.
The park has an extensive network of routes and marked trails with various levels of difficulty, and equipment to facilitate the visit.

Cadí-Moixeró Park Information Centre
1 C/ la Vinya
Bagà (Barcelona) 08695
Tel.: +34 938 244 151
Creation year: 1983
Surface area: 41,060 ha
Municipalities: Alàs i Cerc, Alp, Bagà, Bellver de Cerdanya, Castellar de n'Hug, Cava, Das, Gisclareny, Gósol, Guardiola de Berguedà, Josa i Tuixén, La Vansa i Fórnols, Montellà i Martinet, Riu de Cerdanya, Saldes, Vallcebre, Urús.
Comarque: Alt Urgell, Berguedà, Cerdanya.
Province: Barcelona, Girona, Lleida.