Pont Quebradís (Quebradís Bridge) is a natural bridge surrounded by many forests and formed by travertines which had been shaped due to the Valls River.
Valls River runs through a gorge zone except in Pont Quebradís, which it passes inside the mountain, creating a natural bridge and leaving on the other side of the mountain.
How to get there?
On foot: Hiking trail of Valls to Pont Quebradís (large route)
From the village of Sant Llorenç de Morunys, we should take the road LV-4241 towards Berga. Remain on this road about 8km. until the detour to Valls located on the left side of the road. Take this detour and park the car near the Guixers council and Santa Maria de Valls church. The trail starts in this point.
On foot: Hiking trail to Pont Quebradís (short route)
From the village of Sant Llorenç de Morunys, we should take the road LV-4241 towards Berga. Remain on this road about 11 km. until the detour to Sisquer and Montcalb located on the left side of the road. Take this detour and follow the indications to Sisquer and Montcalb. Once passed Sisquer hermitage, continue on the main road until you find a directional signposted to Vallonga, La parera, Cal Parrillo, Molí de la Corriu and Pont Quebradís. Follow the signposted to Pont Quebradís until arrive in a small reservoir. In this point starts the hiking route so you must park the car.