The Ecology, Urban Planning and Mobility Area is responsible for providing municipal services linked to the public areas and city services which make life easier for people who live and work in the city.
The City Council seeks to ensure a quality public space, a green and biodiverse city that is productive and resilient, a city committed to active and sustainable mobility with public involvement and commitment.
Ecology, Urban Planning and Mobility Area has different instruments as well as advisory and participatory bodies for effective involvement and collaboration in municipal projects with the general public, groups and organizations, and both public and private entities.
Barnatresc 2017 is holding its ninth walk of the year, the International Walk, on 7 and 8 October. This event has 4 different routes, held on the above-mentioned days; there are two 20 km and two 30 km walks. The starting and finishing point will be the Auditorium of the Cotxeres de Sants Civic Centre, except for the 30 km route on the 9th, which will start in Pg. de Sant Antoni/Galileu. The participants will have to cover their chosen distance and arrive at the finish before 1 pm.
The Cotxeres de Sants Civic Centre’s Auditorium, Pl. Bonet i Muixí, Pl. Ibèria, C. Crist, C. Cros, C. Creu Coberta, Pl. Espanya, Av. Reina Maria Cristina, the Magic Fountain, Palau Nacional, Av. de l’Estadi, Pg. Olímpic, C. Font i Quer, the Verdaguer Gardens, the Joan Brossa Gardens, the Mirador de l’Alcalde viewpoint, Camí de Mar, Montjuïc Castle, Mirador de Migdia viewpoint, C. Foc (the 20 and 30 km routes separate), C. Pierre de Coubertain, Municipal Baseball Field (CPA), Av. de l’Estadi, the Olympic Ring, Av. de l’Estadi, Av. dels Muntanyans, Pl. Sant Jordi, Av. Ferrer i Guàrdia, C. Mèxic, Carretera de la Bordeta, C. Sant Roc, C. Creu Coberta and the Cotxeres de Sants Civic Centre’s Auditorium.
• Types of terrain: the routes combine urban and rural sections of varying lengths.
• Gradients: in some routes, the expected accumulated gradient, uphill and down, is considerable: you should study the gradient profiles on the map for each route.