Salt del Cossi d’en Batlló

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Salt of Cossi d'en Batlló. In the Carboner valley, the Carboner River, which is born near the Blanca (White) fountain, under the Roca Colom (2,510m), is one of the main contributors of these first waters sources of the Ter.
This stretch, however, has the added value of the beautiful waterfalls that we are finding along the route. Falls that indicate the heightt difference that goes beyond the basin between the birth and the collapse with the Ter.
The vegetation that surrounds the waterfall is formed by birches, swallow, some beech trees, and the dark green conics of the fir trees that remove the head from birches and pines
It is recommended to see it in autumn due to the chromatic variety presented by the different trees that surround it.