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republishes fuerteventura trail cabildo

The Cabildo republishes the Fuerteventura Trail Guide

The Cabildo republishes the Fuerteventura Trail Guide.

The guide is available online for the public and is also distributed in tourist offices, educational centres, libraries and town halls

The Cabildo of Fuerteventura, through the area of the Environment, directed by Carlos Rodríguez, has republished the Topoguide of the Fuerteventura Trails Network. An instrument that includes each of the 255 kilometres of the 21 routes that make up the island's network of trails (GR-131) from the Islet of Lobos to Punta de Jandía.

For the president of the Cabildo, Lola García, "the guide invites you to get to know the beauty of the Majorero landscape and respect its treasures and natural resources, with an environment and climate that makes it possible to practice hiking and contact with nature throughout the year".

The councillor of the area, Carlos Rodríguez, also points out that "exploring the natural wealth of Fuerteventura through the trails is an opportunity not only to appreciate it, but also to commit to its conservation". "It is essential to enjoy nature by walking along the official trails and adopting good environmental practices that respect the environment."

The guide was published for the first time in 2013, so it required a reissue to continue reaching those sectors of the population interested. The Cabildo will distribute 1,000 copies in Spanish and 1,000 in English of this publication in tourist offices, educational centers, libraries and town halls, among others.

The GR-131 is part of an international trail that crosses Fuerteventura, from north to south, with stages or long routes (GR), which in turn connect with a diversity of short distance trails (PR) and local trails (SL), some transversal and others circular, all of them signposted, and with possibilities for all tastes and levels.
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Any chance of a link to the online version please Tamara.
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There was no link Tom. I added a comment to the online newspaper asking for one..... I'll have a look later and see if I can find one.
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Here we go!

Warning - it is a 147 page pdf so make sure you have good bandwidth to download, don't try on your phone! And do you want to print it .........?
I'm not sure how much the pre-printed copies will cost from Tourist Board but if anyone is serious about wanting one it may be a better option.
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Thank you Tamara. It is for a UK based friend who is planning to bring her group of over in the island, about 30 of them.

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