Through scree gullies and smaller climbing passages that require surefootedness, we hike up to the 1104 m Puig Tomir and enjoy the magnificent panorama from the summit .
This challenging hike takes us to the north of Mallorca to the 1104 m high Puig Tomir in the Serra Tramuntana. We start at the monastery in Lluc and first walk uphill in the shade of old oak trees. Above the tree line, we climb through scree gullies and over rock barriers, where the odd wire rope comes to our aid. The "alpine" characteristics of this mountain are not to be underestimated here. At the summit, we enjoy a magnificent view over the Tramuntana mountain range and its bizarre formations. In good weather, you can even make out the neighbouring island of Menorca.
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