We ask the public not to go on the paths of the Ruta de Pedra en Sec, because safety cannot be guaranteed in the face of the risk of falling and falling trees. This recommendation will remain in force until the damage to all sections of the GR-221 Dry Stone Route has been assessed. As the brigades of foresters and volunteers clear the trees and adapt the path, we will inform via social networks and the website of the Pedra en Sec i Senderisme unit.
Pathway in project and not signposted
Consell de Mallorca is not responsible for the potential limitations of the path or other problems which could arise in sections which are in the planning phase and not signalled.
Likewise, Consell de Mallorca is not responsible for the information which may be provided by other guides, publications or Websites.
The GR 221 Ruta de Pedra en Sec (Dry Stone Route) is a hiking trail in Majorca that proposes you to discover dry stone landscapes in Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO within the category of a cultural landscape. You can visit fascinating historical ruins and explore traditions, architecture, customs, gastronomy and handicrafts of this privileged spot in Majorca's geography.
The hiking trail Dry Stone Route GR 221 often takes you close to the coast and in some points to the loftiest peaks of the range, the highest point on the route being the Coll de ses Cases de sa Neu pass at slightly over one thousand two hundred metres. This combination of coast and mountainous heights, coupled with the variety of the vegetation, shady holm oak groves giving way to the typically Mediterranean scrub (garriga or maquis), help to enhance the scenic attraction of the hiking path.
The Dry Stone Route GR 221 is largely based on the network of ancient footpaths restored by Consell de Mallorca, which makes it accessible for hikers.
The Ruta de Pedra en Sec GR 221 currently consists of 178 signposted kilometres of the Trail at the disposal of the hiker, of which 94,5 kilometers correspond to the main route which allows you to walk the stretch between Coll de sa Gremola and La Trapa, Estellencs and Esporles, and links the town of Deià with Port de Pollença. The other 83,5 kilometres constitute part of the variants, of which you can walk from S'Arracó, Es Capdellà, Calvià, Castell d'Alaró, Raixa, Sa Costera, Pas Llis and Puig de Maria.
You can consult the Map of Mallorca of hiking routes to know the stages and open variants of the Dry Stone Route.