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Lagos de Tristania, El Serrat

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Swim in one of the three lakes that comprise . Hike to and from the lakes to enjoy the landscapes, and enjoy some food at the nearby restaurants. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes to trek between lakes, and bring a swimsuit if you plan to swim. Using our international travel planner, El Serrat attractions like Lagos de Tristania can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We went as a couple, but it is suitable and advisable to go with child. Access from tracks to the Lakes is narrow but safe and it takes less than 3a minutes to get s Lakes. It is worth climbing... Incredible views of the Lakes is... beautiful.
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  • A pleasant walk, the only drawback is that too many people know it, with what depends on the season you can not enjoy the peace that deserves. Try to go in June, but seeing the amount of cars that he had in the parking lot desisti. I went back in November, and it was great, was a day during the week and went to lloviznear by what we were alone enjoying the scenery
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  • The climb from the parking lot to the Lakes is enough suffered, but once there, you realize that it is worth the climb. There are three lakes and worth seeing all three. The path is quite well but if you are with children, it is preferable to have them well controlled and let them know that they have to be quite careful, since the beginning of the road is quite narrow, and there is a pending ggan beside the path.
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