Climb to la Mola from Can Robert

Centre d’Interpretació del Medi Ambient S.L.

La MolaClimb to La Mola from Can Robert

The Romanesque monastery of Sant Llorenç del Munt dates back to the 12th century and is at the summit of La Mola at 1,104 metres above sea level. From here visitors can enjoy fantastic views. The

monastery was home to a congregation of Benedictine monks until the mid-19th century when it was abandoned. The church and most of the construction of the monastery have been subject to various

archaeological excavations, and Barcelona Provincial Council has recently carried out extensive refurbishment work there.

In the course of the route visitors will learn about the massif’s natural environment, culture and landscape, and once at the summit they will be able to visit the Romanesque church and observe and identify

features in the landscape with the help of an orientation table.

The route takes 4 hours.

The starting point is the Can Robert car park in Matadepera (coordinates 41º37.991’N 002º00.278’E).

 

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Moderate difficulty route.

Visitors need to be used to walking because the route is around 7 km long with a height difference of nearly 450 metres. Suitable footwear for walking and clothing appropriate for the time of year should be

worn.

The centre has a permanent exhibition “The Monastery of Sant Llorenç del Munt”, which takes a chronological look at the human and cultural occupation of the mountain. There is a bar and restaurant in the monastery.


Contact

Rambla d’Ègara, 341 planta 2

08221 Terrassa

Tel. + 34 937 855 461

cima@cimaprojectes.com

http://www.cimaprojectes.com

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