Sorrosal Waterfall, Broto
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Sorrosal Waterfall, Broto

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Located in the small valley of the same name tributary of the River Ara. Very close to the village of Broto (Huesca) and short and easy path access, can be reached in 5 minutes from the town. Very spectacular views. Shire of Sobrarbe.

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A: Cascada del Sorrosal. Broto

Ignacio Borrego Polanco作, ここから390メートル

Just inside Broto village, a nice waterfall falling over a magic wall of stratified stone, an amazing...

Cascada del Sorrosal. Broto


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C: Jacuzzi with amazing Views

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D: Iglesia de Torla

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La iglesia de Torla desde la que se aprecian espectaculares vistas del Parque nacional de Ordesa y Mo...

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E: Mondarruego Torla

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Parque Nacional de Ordesa. Vista del emblemático pico Mondarruego desde el jardín situado en la parte...

Mondarruego Torla


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Buesa, ubicado en las cotas más altas del Valle del río Ara, es una pequeña población de 45 habitante...

G: Turieto's Path

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H: Arazas

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I: Parque Nacional de Ordesa. Desde Faja de Pelay

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J: 2nd Ara River - Bujaruelo - Spain

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As the first one, this is another leg of the Ara river, running through Bujaruelo Valley

2nd Ara River - Bujaruelo - Spain

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