The Valley of Santa Fe del Montseny is over 3 km long, and is made up of different plans: the pla of Santa Fe, Els Ginebrons and El Espinol. Its a crossed by the stream of Santa Fe and the road linking Sant Celoni and Viladrau passing through Sant Marçal.It is known for the artificial reservation for electricity production, the Santa Fe, close to the end point of the route. The chapel of Santa Fe dates from the 13th century.
The recommended route is one of the old trails known as " marçalers" roads, linking the Arbúcies with Montseny.Its a anideal trip to discover the different stages of the Montseny vegetation (holm oak, cork oak, chesnut,beech...) and to get closer to the base of the Turó de l¨Home and Les Agudes.
Departure from Arbúcies to the Castell district, which receives this name precisley by the fact be placed at the beggining of the traditional way of going to the Montsoriu's castle . We quickly climt to the hil of Pla Sescortsl, the big chesnut Gros de Roters(tree of interest), la Feixa Llarga and the Coll de Te.From this point the path softens up to the Valley of Santa Fe.
The route is part of the network of routes of the Park of Montseny and is sign posted.
Start point an the end- Can Pons Pavilion Arbúcies
Distance-9.4 km ( one way)
Duration- 4.30h (rising 2.30h abd 2h down)
Degree of dificulty- Medium
Type of path-Path and track
Point of interest- Castanyereda del Gavatx, Chesnut Gros de Roets, Coll de Te, Valley de Santa Fe