Matagalls peak

Matagalls is one of the three highest peaks in the Montseny Massif, located approximately 80km north of Barcelona, Spain.

I was glad to discover that my town’s local mountaineering club is setting up a hike to this famous mountain.

The trek itself turned out to be very approachable: the car parking is located at approximately 1100m, so there is only 500m of altitude change to the very top, the ascent was very direct, mildly intense and very pleasant because of the excellent weather.

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A lot of space at the top.


Singular monument marking the peak.


One of the shelter houses found on the way.

You can find the photos in higher resolution right here.


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