Following in the footsteps of St. Josemaría Escrivá on the 80th anniversary of his passing through Catalonia on the way to Andorra

From June 27 to July 2 a group of more than 35 boys made a good part of the road from Pallerols de Rialb to Andorra, led by Toni Cucurull expert guide of this road of escape that followed St Josemaria Escrivá de Balaguer in The fall of 1937.

The walkers came from Valencia, Lleida and Barcelona and made the following stages:

Day 27 Concentration in Pallerols. Sleeping in the School and the Rectory

Day 28 Peramola – Aubenç: 18 Km, D + 1,198 m and D- 350 m. Camping in the House of Aubenç

Day 29 Aubenç – Organyà: 20 Km, D + 450 m and D- 990 m. Sleeping in the Camping de Organyà

Day 30 Organyà – Noves de Segre: 16 Km, D + 1,000 m and D- 1,300 m. Sleeping at the Aravell Sports Center

Day 1 Aravell – Collada de la Torre: 11 Km, D + 1,030 m. Camping in the Collada de la Torre

Day 2 Collada de la Torre – Mas de Alins – Sant Julià de Lòria: 17 Km, D + 750 and D-1,180

At the end of the article, you can read the comments made by three of the walkers: Guillem Alguersuari (12 years old), Nacho Torrellas (12 years old) and Toni Piqué (16 years old), each expressing in their own way the experiences they have experienced along the path.

We hope that more walkers also give their opinions through this website, enrich this brief chronicle and serve as an experience for many more people who want to follow this route of escape through the Pyrenees.