This route is one of the longest and with the most complicated orography that we propose you. But certainly it has an award at the end. Arrive at Sant Marti Xic is not easy but the peculiarity of the place makes it well worth an effort which with the burricleta remains relative.
Leaving Puigmajor you head towards the “Triador pass” Coll de Triador, through which you in a moment wil arrive at Sant Boi del Luçanès, overcoming the mountain range by the best possible way. From Sant Boi del Lluçanes, you will head towards Sobremunt on the best possible trail, paved on the most difficult sections. This is the fee to pay to reach the altitude of 870 m.
From here, the scenery changes and you can enjoy one of the most beautiful sites of Lluçanès. From Sobremunt you first head to Santa Llúcia and after 4 km you will arrive at the award, Sant Marti Xic.
It is worth noticing, that Sant Marti Xic was founded around the year 1097 by the residents of the Castle of Voltregà and the nearby farmhouses “masos”, although it is believed that before there was a previous chapel. The Castle of Voltregà, already existed in the year 900, being one of the first sites in Osona to be fortified.
The return is made on the same trail until arriving at Sobremunt, where we suggest that you descend on the scenic road “la trona” very little transited until arriving at Sant Boi de LL., where we suggest a vistit to the village bakery, where apart from the artisanal bread you can find the very best croissant that can possible be imagined.
From here, pasing by the Vilar, a noble farmhouse of Sant Boi del Ll., you arrive at “the lady´s oak” el Roure de la Senyora, a monumantal oak tree of the specie Quercus Humulis with 15m of height, 30 m of diameter and 4 m around the trees trunk.
From here, passing the meadow and the “wolf jump” Salt del Llop, you will return to the departure point.