Rio Ara.

We made a short walk alongside the river near Jánovas: Rio Ara.

For the construction of a dam at Jánovas (which fortunately did not take place), large tunnels were made for work traffic in the past. Nature has taken it back!

The dead-end road is only 800 meters long but has now become a beautiful hiking trail for nature lovers.

The Rio Ara is one of the few free-flowing rivers in the Pyrenees.

Geological history is clearly recognizable even to non-geologists.

The short cul-de-sac is a must-see for geologists, biologists, bird watchers, flora enthusiasts, entomologists and of course also for amateur photographers.

Published by wim harwig

too old to die young, but still making love and not war

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