Hikers and nature lovers alike feel an affinity for our territory and rightly so.
The Green Route Network of Álava offers those who walk and cycle for fun and tourism an excellent means of enjoying and discovering the natural heritage, landscapes and biodiversity of our various municipalities and regions.
This network currently consists of 978 kilometres of restored pathways suitable for walking and cycling, and to which an additional 200 kilometres will be added in the not so distant future. These are signposted routes that provide direct contact with the natural and rural environment of Álava, as well as the opportunity to enjoy its rich landscapes and natural and cultural assets.
And these pathways visit different regions and villages, and pass through protected natural spaces. This is hardly surprising, considering that 68% of the surface of Álava is under some type of protection scheme (Natura 2000 Network, Natural Parks, Protected Biotopes, Ramsar Wetlands, Outstanding and Unique Landscapes, and Wildlife Corridors).
Full information about the Green Route Network of Álava can be found at this link.