Warning: If attempting this walk without a guide, please seek advice about the weather forecast shortly before going as the gorge is prone to flash flooding.
After prolonged rain the Torrent collects a lot of water in a few pools and you may have to swim. If you need any further advice then don't hesitate to contact us for the latest conditions.

You will need to bring your own lunch and drinks, sturdy walking boots and swim wear. Maximum group size: 8 people - unless by prior arrangement.

Easy walks

»Soller Valley| »Port Soller to Cala Deia|

Medium walks

»Cala Tuent| »Valldemossa, Archduke's Trail| »Cuber to Lluc Monastery| »Tossals Verds Circuit| »Orient to Soller| »Fornalutx and Biniarix via Coll de l'Ofre|

Difficult walks

»Torrent de Pareis| »Cuber to Lluc via Massanella| »Barranc de Biniaraix| »Valldemossa Circuit and Puig des Teix| »Three Peaks|
 

Three Peaks Walk

Three Peaks walk
Three Peaks Mallorca Grade: Difficult
Distance: 7½ miles (12km)
Ascent/descent: 650m
Duration: 5½ - 6 hours
Kit list: 1.5 litres water (minimum), lunch and walking poles (available for hire)

This 12 kilometre circular walk from Cuber reservoir takes you over three 1000 metre plus peaks and offers magnificent views of the Orient Valley and the two island reservoirs before descending to Coll de l'Ofre and returning along the GR221 to the start point.

After a 30 minute transfer from Port Soller the walk begins by the entrance to Cuber reservoir. We follow the path to the reservoir dam. Puig Major and the radar station tower above you. By the dam we take a path which passes through a tunnel and ascends the eastern side of sa Rateta. To the left is the beautiful Orient Valley in which lies the Coma Sema estate. The route follows a walled trail which leads across a false summit to the first peak, Sa Rateta (1113 metres). From here you can see both Cuber and Gorg Blau reservoirs in the northern valley. Often the sky is filled with swifts and circling vultures.

Three Peaks challenge Mallorca We then take a southerly path descending to the Coll des Gats. The path is steep in sections so walking poles are recommended. It then rises to the second peak of Na Franquesa (1067 metres). Again, you enjoy spectacular views on both sides. On a clear day you can see the Bay of Alcudia and Sineu in the centre of the island.

Maintaining the southerly direction, we descend to the Coll des Cards and ascend through a wood of pines to the third peak, the Puig de l’Ofre (1107 metres). Pausing here there are views to the Soller Valley and Port Soller. We then descend to the Coll de l’Ofre, joining the GR221. It is a gentle downhill route to the reservoir and back to the start point.

Price: 38€ per person based on a minimum of 4 people. Includes return transfers to and from Port Soller or Soller.

Three Peaks challenge Mallorca