Parador de Cangas de Onis
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It's cloudy today. Valley is filled with clouds and mists. We have more strength now and wanted to try a longer hike. We picked the hike between Tresviso and San Esteban roughly about 3.7 miles long with moderate difficulty.
The path was mostly very exposed to the deep valley and there are ropes and rails at several places. It was a bit ...
... along the road. We were so lucky to snatch one of the last little spot - beauty of having a tiny car!
The tickets for funicular are rather expensive - round trip is about 21 Euros, but one way is 17 Euros - so we decided to do the one way up and hike down which apparently would take about an hour. Perfect. The ride up was nothing very special as informed since the train will just go through the ...
... we will be staying in the middle of Picos de Europa. It's another thing we were really looking forward to. Once you got off the highway, it was about 1 hour of rural windy road through little villages and amazing jaw dropping vistas. This place is stunning. We love mountains in BC, but mountains here look so different with lime stone formations, deep gorges and green meadows where horses, cows, sheep and tons of goats gazing.
Died and went to heaven. What a way to start the day - eggs and a bucket of veges for brekky. Yabbadabbadoooo!
Headed for the Mountains for a look see and a hike. Wow this is quite a tourist area we discovered. Lots of little and big stone and wood structures of endless restaurants and places to sleep. Twisty, windy as we've been accustomed to and you round a bend and there is this stunning but not ancient church perched on top of small mountain, wow factor equals 10. Twisty ...
Hi ho out the door and chose a Path that again went through the mountains rather than the coast. Visited Oveido which is where we will pass through on the Camino primitivo. Just as treacherous as yesterday with excessively sharp bends.
Just stunned by the beauty of the countryside with waterfalls falling onto the road, stunning cool rainforests much like Tassie with ...