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Two days walking in Barcelona

October 17th and 18th, 2020

Very interesting new routes of 20, 30 and 40 km that will let you discover the beautiful city of Barcelona.

ATTENTION:

The International Walk of Barcelona in 2020 will take place on October  17th and 18th.


Two days walking in Barcelona

International Walk of Barcelona

(IML WA & IVV)

Barnatresc Internacional

THIS IS THE ONLY OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE INTERNATIONAL WALK OF BARCELONA, THE ONLY ONE WHICH INCLUDES ALL THE OFFICIAL, REAL, AND CURRENT INFORMATION OF THE EVENT.
THE INTERNATIONAL WALK OF BARCELONA IS THE ONLY EVENT OF THESE CHARACTERISTICS IN SPAIN THAT BELONGS TO THE IML WA.

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INFORMATION

Accesses

Routes: On the first day, there will be 2 routes, of 20 and 30 km. On the second day, there will be 3 routes, of 20, 30, and 40 km. (aprox). Every day there will also be a Barnatresc International marked route for IML members older than 70, with the same conditions as the 20 or 30 km routes.

- Kind of ground: All the routes combine urban and non-urban sections of different lengths.
- Drops: In some of the routes, the accumulated drops (up and down) are important. Consult the drop profiles that can be found in the map of each route.
- Routes: they are in the map, as well as the signs of the provisioning controls, of the pass controls, etc.
- Pass controls, provisioning controls, services and health care: there are in all the routes, and their positions appear in the map. Each one has its own timetable.

NOTE: Bad weather conditions and rain will not cancel or postpone the walk. But, if there is any really important cause, even at the last time, routes or sections of them can be cancelled or modified.


EMPLACEMENT MAP AND ACCESSES

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Beginning and End: Espai Josep Bota, recinte Fabra i Coats, carrer Sant Adrià, 20, 08030 Barcelona (Metro L1 Sant Andreu) except the 30 and 40 km routes of October 18th, when the bus will leave from Sant Adrià street, next to Can Fabra square –Metro L1 Sant Andreu)

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TIME TABLE CIB

Beginning time:

 OCTOBER 17th 
- 20 km route: from 7am to 8am 
- 30 km route: from 7am to 8am

OCTOBER 18th
- 20 km route: from 7.30am to 8:00am
- 30 km route: from 6.30am to 7am (buses will leave from Sant Adrià street, next to Can Fabra square –Metro L1 Sant Andreu) 
- 40 km route: from 6am to 6.30am (buses will leave from Sant Adrià street, next to Can Fabra square –Metro L1 Sant Andreu))

End time: The end time for all routes is at 6.00 pm.

NOTES:
- Walkers older than 70 or younger than 10, if they want to, can participate in the Barnatresc Internacional routes, because, according to the rules of the IML, it will be valid to get the assistance control in their IML passports. Those people must register themselves as if they were going to walk 20 or 30 km routes and pay the fee established.

- Those who have the Barnatresc card can walk the 20 km routes as Barnatresc walks (look note in the section for Barnatresc and its rules).

TIME TABLE BARNATESC INTERNACIONAL

Beginning time:
Every day, is from 9 to 9.30am.

End time:
Every day, it will be at 1pm.

REGISTERING

Registrations can only be made individually, not in group.

By Internet

From September 1st to October 15th, 2020, until 9pm.

Acces to register ist closet

Procedure to follow:

Once filled the registration form and payed, you will receive an email from Paypal that confirms that the registration and the payment have been made (even if you pay by Visa, Master Card, etc.). Tutorial to pay the registration by credit card here.

If you do not receive any of those emails, please send  an email (before October 15th, 2019, at 9 pm) to caminba@euro-senders.com to confirm that the registration has been made properly. Do not wait and send this email as soon as possible.

- Before the start of the walk, walkers must go to the Espai Josep Bota, recinte Fabra i Coats, carrer Sant Adrià, 20, 08030 Barcelona (Metro L1 Sant Andreu to collect the control sheet and the guide of the walk (with the maps). Walkers must show the email from Paypal.

You must collect the Control form, because you must show it at the start and end of the walk in order that your bar code could be read. It will also be useful for you to mark the pass in all the controls of the route. Those marks will prove that you've walked 20, 30 or 40 km, what will let you have the diploma and/or the medal and, also, the stamp for the IML and/or IVV, and to get the Master CIB.

This registration procedure is a mechanical one, and the email is generated automatically. That's why walkers must take into account that some Internet servers identify this kind of emails as non-desired mail. Please, check your non-desired mail folder before sending an email asking for confirmation. Please, do not wait to solve this kind of problems in person.

IMPORTANT: If, after registrating, you need to make any kind of change, do not make a new registration. You have to send an email to caminba@euro-senders.com with all your personal data and the change you need to do. This email address is just to inform about changes o to ask for information, not for regsitrations.


In person

There is the possibility to register oneself in the Espai Josep Bota, recinte Fabra i Coats, Sant Adrià st., 20, 08030 Barcelona (Metro L1 Sant Andreu)

Routes of October 17th:
Registrations will be made on October 16th, from 5pm to 8pm, as well as on October 16th until the end of the start time of the chosen route.

Routes of October 18th:
- Registrations to the 20 km route could be made on October 16th, from 5 pm to 8 pm; on October 17th until 8am, and on October 17th until the end of the start time.

- Registrations to the 30 and 40 km routes could be made on October 16th, from 5pm to 8 pm, and on October 17th until 8am.

Fee for registrations

made and paid via internet (PAYPAL) or (VISA via Paypal)): 15€ per person.

made in person: 20€ per person.

It includes: the participation in the routes of both days, the stablished provisionings, an accident insurance, and the needed documents to make the walks.

Trips by bus on October 18th

Registrations to 30 and 40 km routes on October 18th require an extra fee of 9€ (to add to the registration fee) to cover the cost of the trip by bus on the neutralized section of those routes.
This extra 9€ fee for the access to the bus (for both routes) will have been paid with the registration. This registration will end on October 17th, at 8am.
According to the rules of the event, to walk those routes it's compulsory to make this bus trip until the place that walkers will start to walk.
The organization cannot guarantee a place in the bus to those walkers who have not registered according to the established rules. (time and way).

The buses for the 40 km route of October 18th will leave from col Bordoi between 6 and 6.30am.
The buses for the 30 km route of October 18th will leave from the col of Sant Bartomeu de Cabanes 6.30am to 7am
Both buses will start from Sant Adrià street, next to Can Fabra square (Metro L1 Sant Andreu).

Participants will be able to collect their papers for any route on October 16th, from 5pm till 8pm, and on October 17th just before the start of the route they'll walk in the Espai Josep Bota, recinte Fabra i Coats, Sant Adrià st., 20, 08030 Barcelona (Metro L1 Sant Andreu).
Those who will only come on October 18th, they'll be able to collect their papers just before the start of their routes (those who'll walk 30 or 40 km routes, their papers will be able to be collected next to the bus at the start time).

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BARNATRESC INTERNACIONAL

The Barnatresc Internacional routes of both days are part of the calendar of Barnatresc. They have the same rules than the other events that belong to this calendar.

- No previous registration, no registration fees.
- To participate, walkers must have the official card of Barnatresc.

- To have a valid participation on the Barnatresc, walkers must show the card and its bar code to the lectors placed at the beginning and end of the event.


HOW TO GET A BARNATRESC CARD?

1) Those who have never participated in Barnatresc walks only have to go to the start place before the start time and to facilitate all the needed personal data in the registration point. One of our volunteers will fill in the sheet and will give you the Barnatresc card. On the start point, other volunteers will give you the map and the information of the walk.
2) Those who have participated before in other Barnatresc walks but, at the start point, do not have the Barnatresc card (they have lost it or they have forgot it at home) must follow the same procedure as if they have not participated before. They must take into account that the new card will cancel the old one in our database. So, from that moment on, the only valid participations will be the ones made with the new card.


Barnatresc card must be used in all Barnatresc walks. There's no other way to have it than to participate in a Barnatresc walk.
The Barnatresc card will be made, every day, only at the beginning of the Barnatresc walks.
Start time will be from 9am to 9:30am every day. The end time will be at 1pm, also everyday. This timetable is valid for all Barnatresc walks, like the International one.

The Barnatresc card can be only obtained by Spanish people who live in Spain. This card will be given on October 16th, from 5 to 8pm, and on October 17th, from 8.30 until 10am in the Espai Josep Bota, in the Fabra i Coats Building (20 Sant Adrià street -Metro L1 Sant Andreu). It will also be available every day at the start of the Barnatresc routes.
The Barnatresc card can also be requested online in our website www.euro-senders.com/barnatresc (in the section “Next walk”). This card can be used in all the next participations in Barnatresc walks.
According to what was established in 2019, those walkers who have the Barnatresc card are allowed to walk the 20 and 30 km routes on October 17th, as well as the 20, 30, and 40 km routes on October 18th without paying any fee. Those participations will be counted as Barnatresc participations in the counting of walks for the pins. It will also give them the right to have the diploma and the medal of the CIB according to the rules of the event.

GUIA i MAPA DE LA CAMINADA

There, walkers will be able to find all the needed information about the walks.
Those walkers registered via internet must collect all before starting walking in the registration point.
Those who will register in person will collect all with the registration.


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The identifier is a plastic cover with a ribbon in order to carry the route form comfortably.
The route form is necessary in order to participate in all the routes, and it is used to credit the pass in the established controls. The same form will be used for both days for 20 and 30 km routes.

 - Walkers who have registered via internet must collect the route form and the guide on October 16th from 5pm to 8pm, October 17th until the end of the walk, or October 18th (for the 20km route, until the start time; for the 30 and 40 km routes, next to the bus) Espai Josep Bota, recinte Fabra i Coats, Sant Adrià st., 20, 08030 Barcelona (Metro L1 Sant Andreu).
.- Those participants who will register there in person will have it at that very same moment.

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Register of the activities as member of the IML WA

According to the IML WA rules, in order to get the participation stamp of the CIB for the IML it's compulsory:

- Every walker must show their route card with the proves of having passed by all the established controls of the routes, minimum 20 km each day, for both days of the walk (with the established exception of walkers older than 70).
- The name of the route card must coincide with the name of the IML passport to be stamped.
- This documents must be shown individually by each walker in person.
- In the IML passport, there must be a photograph sticked. If there's no photograph, walkers must show a personal identity card or passport.
The fact to get stamps in the IML passport allows the owner to get several kinds of medals and certificates that the IML has as awards and incentives to the participation to the events that belong to the annual calendar of the IML.

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Provisioning and pass controls

In several points of the routes there will be pass and provisioning controls.
In some routes there’s no previous registration, or this registration can be made until the very moment of the start, the organization cannot know how many people will participate. For this reason, the distribution of the provisions (solid or liquid) will be made while they are still available.
Provisioning service cannot be a substitutive of the nutritional needs of walkers. Every one must foresee their own need of food and drink according to their personal and individual nutritional needs.
Apart from drinks, the provions include fruit, chocolate, dried fruit, etc. In any case, they can be considered a lunch, they are just maintenance intakes.

Aquest és un sistema molt més higiènic, que no ofereix dificultats per beure a les persones i és més respectuós amb el medi ambient.
Es demana als participants/tes que vagin equipats amb cantimplora, got o qualsevol altre recipient per poder recollir l’aigua.
De totes maneres, a les persones que no vagin equipades amb algun recipient se’ls facilitarà un got fet de matèria compostable que s’haurà de tirar al contenidor d’"orgànic".

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Health assistance

There will be health assistance for walkers at the beginning/end of the route and along each one. There will be ambulances, too, to support them.
For any incidence, you can phone here: 609 057 181 and 616 672 173.

Medals/souvenir

From 2013, the first time a walker participates in the CIB, s/he will receive a medal and an annual bar if s/he has completed 2 routes.
In their next participations, they will get the annual distinctive belonging to that year, and their participation will be also registered. Both sides of the annual bar can be adapted to the clothe part of the medal, and in the same medal can accumulate the bars of different years.
To collect the medal and/or the annual distinctive, it’s compulsory to show the control form in order to prove to have passed all the established controls.

Assistance diploma

Every day, at the end, all the walkers who have covered the 20 km route or the 30 km route will have a diploma. To get it, it is necessary to hand over the route form with the proves of having been in all the established controls.

MASTER CIB

From 2013, there is this recognition to those walkers who can prove their constance in the participation in the CiB from then on. It does not have retrospective character.

From 2013, when a walker has fulfilled three annual participations, in a row or not, s/he will have the right to get the title of Master CIB.

They will get a nominative diploma, with the number of edition, date and the number in the register, singed and stamped by the organization of the CIB in the closing act of every year's CIB.

A participation will be to complete a 20, 30 or 40 km route any of both days.


To get this personal diploma, it will be compulsory to present the register paper of all the participations, and it must prove that the walker has participated 3 times minimum.

There will be a register of the Master CIB titles public through this website.

Register Participation.- Those walkers who have walked any of the 20 or 30 km route of any day will get the Register of Participation. To collect this paper, walkers must show their route form with the signs of all the controls of the route walked. This paper will include all the participations of the walker.

TO CHECK THE REGISTER OF MASTER CERTIFICATES GIVEN
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OCTOBER 17th

CIB - 30 Km ROUTE

Start time: from 7am to 8am.
End time: 6pm. 
Length: 32,600 km. 
Approximate length: 8 hours. 
Provisioning and pass controls (PPC): Coll d'en Fotjà (08:00-11:00 h), Can Coll (09:00-12:00 h), and Camí de Cal Borni (09:00-13:00 h).

Route: Espai Josep Bota, Fabra i Coats Building (#), Can Fabra sq., Ramon Riera sq., Orfila sq.,Torras i Bages av., Joan Torras st., Fernando Pessoa st., Santa Coloma av., Trinitat park, via Bàrcino, Madriguera st., Trinitat sq., Mireia st., Sarajevo bridge, Sa Tuna st., Pas Antonio Cuadrillero, Aiguablava st., Bosc de Roquetes av. (separation Barnatresc), Quatre Estacions path, Riudecanyes st., Mirador de Torre Baró (balcony), Alta de Roquetes road, Torre Baró, Canyelles col, Alta de Roquetes road, Can Rius, Can Ferrer, Turó d’en Gras, En Fotja col (CPA) (separation of the 20 km route), Serra d’en Ferrer, Sant Iscle torrent, Sant Iscle de les Feixes, Can Catà (2), leisure area of Can Coll torrent (CPA), Patronat Flor de Maig, Torrefera col, Can Borrell (3), Sant Medir (4), Vista Rica (junction with the 20 km route), Tibidabo road (BV-1418), access to Can Borni (CPA), Garriguella st., Siurana st., Roses st., Aigües road, Trullols st., Navata st., Canaan st., Vall d’Hebron av. (5), Coll i Alentorn st., Clota sq., Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer av., Els Mistos (6), Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer av., Botticelli sq., Rembrandt st., Valldaura av., Karl Marx sq., Central de Nou Barris park (7), Lorena st., Verdum av., República sq., Garrofers st., Rosselló-Pòrcel st., Can Dragó park (8), Meridiana av., Riera de Sant Andreu st., Rubén Dario st., Sant Adrià st., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building).

 Drop profiles of the route.  



CIB - 20 Km ROUTE

Start time: from 7am to 8am
End time:
 6pm.
Length: 
22,700 km. 
Approximate length: 
6 hours. 
Provisioning and pass controls (PPC): 
Coll d'en Fotjà (08:00-11:00 h), and Camí de Cal Borni (09:00-13:00 h).  

Route:  Espai Josep Bota, Fabra i Coats Building (#), Can Fabra sq., Ramon Riera sq., Orfila sq.,Torras i Bages av., Joan Torras st., Fernando Pessoa st., Santa Coloma av., Trinitat park, via Bàrcino, Madriguera st., Trinitat sq., Mireia st., Sarajevo bridge (over the road C-33 – 50 m), Sa Tuna st., Pas Antonio Cuadrillero, Aiguablava st., Bosc de Roquetes av., Quatre Estacions path, Riudecanyes st., Mirador de Torre Baró (balcony) (1), Alta de les Roquetes road, Torre Baró,  Canyelles col, Alta de Roquetes road, Can Rius, Can Ferrer, Turó d’en Gras, En Fotja col (CPA) (separation of the 30 km route), Portell de Valldaura, Magarola col (2), Vista Rica (395 m) (junction with the 30 km route), Tibidabo road (BV-1418), Can Borni path (CPA), Garriguella st., Siurana st., Roses st., Aigües road, Trullols st., Navata st., Canaan st., Vall d’Hebron av. (3), Coll i Alentorn st., Clota sq., Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer av., Els Mistos (4), Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer av., Botticelli sq., Rembrandt st., Valldaura av., Karl Marx sq., Central de Nou Barris park (5), Lorena st., Verdum av., República sq., Garrofers st., Rosselló-Pòrcel st., Can Dragó park (6), Meridiana av., Riera de Sant Andreu st., Rubén Dario st., Sant Adrià st., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building).

Drop profiles of the route.  


BARNATRESC INTERNACIONAL

Start time:  from 9am and 9.30am 
End time:
 1 pm
Length: 
10,500 km.
Aproximate length: 
3 hours. 
Provisioning and pass controls (PPC): 
Roquetes sq. (10:00 – 12:00h)

Route:  Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building), Sant Adrià st., right side of the river Besòs (1), Santa Coloma bridge, Santa Coloma av., Trinitat Vella park (2), Via Bàrcino, Madriguera st., Trinitat sq., Mreia st., Sarajevo bridge, Sa Tuna st., Pas Antoni Cuadrillero, Aiguablava st., Portlligat st., Bosc de Roquetes av., Pla de Fornells park, Antaviana av., Roquetes sq. (CPA), Ballot st., Mina de la Ciutat st., Alcàntara st., Artesania st., Via Favència, Karl Marx sq., Central de Nou Barris park (3), Lorena st., Verdum av., República sq., Garrofers st., Rosselló-Pòrcel st., Can Dragó park (4), Meridiana av., Riera de Sant Andreu st., Rubén Dario st., Sant Adrià st., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building).

Drop profiles of the route.  

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OCTOBER 18th

CIB - 40 Km ROUTE

Start time (bus):  from 6.00am to 6.30 am 
End time: maximum at 6.00pm
Length: 42,500 km aprox
Approximate length: 11:00 hours
Pass and revictualling controls (PPC): Coll de Parpers (8:30-10:00), Roca d'en Toni (08:30-12:00 h), Alella Park (09:00-13:00 h), and Sant Jeroni de la Murtra (11:30-15:00 h).

Route: Sant Adrià st (next to  Can Fabra sq. – Metro L1 Sant Andreu) (neutralized section by bus), Can Bordoi col, Turó dels Castellans housing, Parpers col (CPA) (1), parth from Parpers to Orrius (track to the right), Can Païssa forest, Sant Bartomeu de Cabanyes col (2) (junction with the 30 km route), Can Tarrascó, Cal Camat Vell, La Roca d’en Toni (3) (CPA), col of Cal Boquet, Can Bernadó, Mirador de la Cornisa (balcony) (4), col of Can Gurgui, col of Clau, col of Pau Arenes, col of La Font de Cera, Alella Park (CPA) (5), col of Galceran, Bosc colony, col of Montalegre (6), La Conreria hostel, Font de les Monges forest, Roques de Poca-roba, Germans Trias i Pujol road, Hospital Universitari Trias i Pujol (7), Amigó torrent, road BV-5011, Mas Oliver, path to la Carrerada, Canyet torrent, Ca l’Amigó path (8) (junciton with the 20 km route), Camí del Monestir, Sant Jeroni de la Murtra monastery (9) (CPA), access to the sports area Torribera (10), sports area Torribera, Castella st., Ramon Berenguer IV av., Pallaresa av. (11), Europa park, Besòs river, Santa Coloma bridge, Santa Coloma av., Salsareda av., Can Peixauret bridge, Salsareda av., Molinet bridge, Sant Adrià st., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats buildings).Drop profiles of the route  



CIB - 30 Km ROUTE

Start time (bus):  from 6.30am to 7.00am 
End time: 
6pm
Length: 30,500. 
Approximate length: 8 hours. 
Provisioning and pass controls (PPC): 
Roca d'en Toni (08:30-12:00 h), Alella Park (09:00-13:00 h), and Sant Jeroni de la Murtra (11:30-15:00 h).

Route: Sant Adrià st. Next to Can Fabra sq. (Metro L1 Sant Andreu) (neutralized section by bus), col of Sant Bartomeu de Cabanyes (La Roca del Vallès) (beginning of the walking section and junction with the 40 km route) (1), Can Tarrascó, Cal Camat Vell, La Roca d’en Toni (CPA) (2), col of Cal Boquet, Can Bernadó, Mirador de la Cornisa (balcony) (3), col of Can Gurgui, col of Clau, col of Pau Arenes, col of Font de la Cera, Alella Park (4) (CPA), col of Galceran, Bosc colony, col of Montalegre (5), La Conreria hostel, Font de les Monges forest, Roques de Poca-roba, Germans Trias i Pujol road, Hospital Universitari Trias i Pujol (6), Amigó torrent, road BV-5011, Mas Oliver, path to La Carrerada, Canyet torrent, Ca l’Amigó path (7) (junction with the 20 km), Monestir path, Sant Jeroni de la Murtra monastery (8) (CPA), access to the sports area Torribera (9), sports area Torribera, Castella st., Ramon Berenguer IV av., Pallaresa av. (10), Europa park, Besòs river, Santa Coloma bridge, Santa Coloma av., Salsareda av., Can Peixauret bridge, Salsareda av., Molinet bridge,  Sant Adrià str., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building).Drop profiles of the route  


CIB - 20 Km ROUTE

Start time: from 7.30am to 8:00am
End time:
 6pm.
Length: 20,900 km
Approximate length:
 6 hours.
Provisioning and pass controls (PPC):
  Rosa dels Vents sq. (Badalona) (09:30-12:00 h) and Sant Jeroni de la Murtra (11:30-15:00 h).

Route:  Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building), Sant Adrià st., Molinet bridge, Molinet park (1), Salvador Dalí sq., Pius XII av., Marquès Sant Mori av., rotunda, Turó d’en Caritg park (2), bridge over the road C-31, Ramon Llull st., Palau Municipal d’Esports de Badalona, Ponent st., Indústria st., Vaixell Maria Assumpta sq., bridge over the railway, Pati de Vela sq., Marítim de Badalona av., Petroli bridge (pantalan) (3), Rosa dels Vents sq. (CPA), Marítim de Badalona av., fishermen boats (4), pass under the railway, Prim st., Germà Juli st., Via Augusta, Pompeu Fabra sq./park (5), Martí Pujol av., pass under the road C-31, Martí Pujol av., pass under the road B-20, Canyet torrent, Ca l’Amigó path (junction with the 30 and 40 km routes), path to the monastery, junction (6), Sant Jeroni de la Murtra monastery (7) (CPA), access to the sports area Torribera (8) (union with the Barnatresc Internacional route), sports area Torribera, Castella st., Ramon Berenguer IV av., Pallaresa av. (9), Europa park, Besòs river, Santa Coloma bridge, Santa Coloma av., Salsareda av., Can Peixauret bridge, Salsareda av., Molinet bridge, Sant Adrià st., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building).

Drop profiles of the route


BARNATRESC INTERNACIONAL

Start time: from 9am to 9.30am.
End time: 01:00 pm.
Length: 13,700 km.
Approximate length: 
3 hours . 
Provisioning and pass control (PPC): 
Marítim Mar Bella av.(10:30-12:00 h).

Route: Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building), Sant Adrià st., Gran de Sant Andreu st., Pegaso park (1), Pegàs st., Concepción Arenal st., Olesa st., Maragall av., Sant Antoni M. Claret st., Hospital de Sant Pau (2), Gaudí av., Sagrada Família (3), Marina st., Diagonal av., Glòries Catalanes sq., AGBAR tower (4), Diagonal av., Poblenou av., Marítim Mar Bella av. (CPA), Llevant beach, Fòrum (5), Prim av., Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, Agricultura st., Sant Martí de Provençals (6), Treball Digne bridge, Carla Zetkin st., Sagrera st., Gran de Sant Andreu st., Sant Adrià st., and Espai Josep Bota (Fabra i Coats Building).  

Drop profiles of the route



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MARKS
Marks will be ARROWS and PLASTIC BANDS

The colour of the arrow or the plastic band will be the corresponding of the length of the routes:


Green: Barnatresc

Blue: 20 km

Red: 30 km

Black: 40 km

In those sections placed inside the Parc Natural de Collserola, marks will be found in metallic signs in the posts of the park. The image of those signs is the same or very similar to the arrows, but smaller, adapted to the size of the signposts.


In the pass and provisoning con-trols there will be posters that will inform walkers where are they and the distance left to the end of the route, the services available in that control and a map with its placement.

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Flag parade and Opening ceremony - Walk Party - Closing ceremony

The flag parade will start at 4pm in Orfila sq., and it will go to Fabra i Coats Building, where it will arrive at about 4.15pm.
The Opening ceremony will be at 4.30 pm in the Fabra i Coats buiding, with the performance of Cor Tessàlia.
The Walk Feast will be in the arrival area in the Fabra i Coats Building, between 12 and 2 pm of October 17th and 18th.
The Closing ceremony will be in the Fabra i Coats Building on October 18th, after the Walk Feast.


MORE INFORMATION
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Associació d'Entitats Excursionistes del Barcelonès
Elkano, 24, bxs. 08004 Barcelona
Tel.: +34 609 057 181 (from September 1st to October 17ht, 2020, from Monday to Friday, from 5 to 9 pm)
caminba@euro-senders.com
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