This route offers an amazing walk along the highest part of Queralt rocks, which are a shelter of different carrion-eater species. From the rest area located in the N-260 road we start ascending, following the Montsor old path with original stone pavement and pine forest stretches. The slope is more moderated thanks to pauses as the Ausala plain and the Arreposador, next to Montsor mountain pass, which is the highest point of this route. From here, we go through the Queralt forest and continue to Canalissa walkway. During the descent, in the Graell walkway we can observe archeological remains of buildings used through the history as bandit shelters or military observation points during the Civil War. This route leads us to Gramuntill country house, a typical Catalan house that was built five centuries ago, and also to Ús fountain where you will find the archeological remains of lime industry. Finally, the last stretch goes by the Noguera Pallaresa river where you’re going to find diverse swimming areas.