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Sierra de Gratal - Hoya de Huesca
Spain

Primavera en la Sierra de Gratal y Caballera.

Cercanas a la ciudad de Huesca, se pueden ver y recorrer los bonitos parajes de estas sierras, donde podremos practicar el senderismo, cañoning, btt, espeleo y muchas más actividades al aire libre.

Tambien encontraremos muchos lugares para alojarnos.

Puedes ver otras panoramicas aqui

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Tags: senderismo; btt; espeleo; cañoning; sierra gratal; huesca
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