• Collserola Park
  • Collserola Park
  • Collserola Park
  • Collserola Park

Section Collserola Park

Part of the Ronda Verda route crosses Collserola Park, a natural area considered to be the green lung of the metropolitan area. With Tibidabo as its most emblematic summit, Collserola Park extends over 8,000 hectares. Woodland areas predominate, with a great variety of plant formations showing valuable biological diversity.

Places of interest

Tibidabo, Rabassada viewpoint, Fabra Observatory, Collserola Tower.


Shared use between pedestrians and cyclists, with panoramic views of the city of Barcelona and the Llobregat delta area.


Low, except at each end to gain access. There, the difficulty is medium/high.


The route between Vallparc and the BP-1417 (Carretera de la Rabassada) is impracticable. It still has to be built. Check the map.

Cycling rules in Collserola Park:

  • · Route shared with other users. You must give way to pedestrians.
  • · No cycle races or competitive cycling.
  • · Maximum speed: 20km/h
  • · Riding is only allowed on paths or tracks at least 3 metres wide and on signed routes.
  • · No riding on narrow paths, torrent beds o across fields.


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