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HIKING IN VALENCIA REGION (CHELVA ON APRIL 24th)

##24/7 VALENCIA:COULD YOU TELL US MORE ABOUT THE HIKE TO CHELVA ON APRIL 24th?

Evgeny, Organizer of Trips & Events in Valencia: “The Peña Cortada aqueduct route is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive routes and loved by hikers in the province of Valencia. Moreover, Chelva is also considered as one of the most beautiful towns in Valencia. It is located in the middle of nature where we will make two essential hiking routes. The first one is the Peña Cortada Aqueduct trail and the second is the Water Route. The most stunning elements on our way are the Rambla de Alcotas bridge, the Barranco del Gato bridge and the Peña Cortada in Calles, an impressive vertical cut followed by a gallery carved into the rock that can be walked through.”

CAN YOU TELL US MORE DETAILS?

“Type: Big Bus

Hiking description:

Distance: 8km

Level of difficulty: Medium Easy

Elevation gain: 253 mts

Elevation total (Highest point) :524 mts

Programme:

08:45h Meeting point Avenida Aragon 31 (In front of Mestalla)

10:30h Arriving at Chelva

11:00h Starting the route

13:30h Time for a lunch break

16:30h Finishing the route in Chelva and discovering the village.

18:00h Back to Valencia.”

WHAT TO BRING?

“Suitable shoes (sports or mountain shoes, but please no slippers)

Water

Food (there is nowhere to buy food, please take from home)

Sunscreen

Price 20€.”

LINK TO TICKETS: https://www.facebook.com/events/2943498765907609/

More information:https://www.facebook.com/cspainexpats

Interview & report by 24/7 Valencia team

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