One of the most well-known mountains in La Cerdanya, its slopes are home to the La Molina and Masella ski resorts. The Niu de l'Àguila cabin is located at the peak, at 2500 m above sea level.
Cavalls del Vent
The 84 km Cavalls del Vent route links up 8 mountain cabins in the Cadí Moixeró Natural Park. It passes through such well-known places as the peak of the Tossa d'Alp and the Pas dels Gosolans pass as well as offering outstanding views of Pedraforca.
Bellver de Cerdanya
Bellver still has part of the wall which surrounded it when it was a castle. In the historic centre, full of narrow, winding streets, it is possible to discover remains of its Medieval past.
Santa Eugènia de Nerellà
The Romanesque belltower of the Santa Eugènia de Nerellà church is known as the Leaning Tower of Pisa of the Cerdanya as it pitches to one side. It is the only completely conserved Romanesque belltower in the Cerdanya valley.
Prat de Cadí
Just off the Cavalls del Vent route there is a place called Prats de Cadí which is right out of a fairy tale. This magical little plateau rises out of the surrounding terrain and is set just beneath the north face of the Cadí range. It can be reached on a pleasant trail from Estana.