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In this series of photographs in Las Fotos de los Lectores de La Vanguardia we can admire the autumn in the Gurri river as it passes through Vic, with very little water, and in the Passeig del Ter in Manlleu, in the region of Osona.
The Gurri is a tributary of the Ter River. It originates on the northwestern slope of Matagalls, in Montseny, and runs north.
The Gurri river collects water from the towns of Seva, Taradell, Santa Eugènia de Berga, Malla, Calldetenes, Vic and Roda de Ter. Unfortunately, with the drought low with less flow than desired these days of November.
The Vora Ter walk starts in Torelló and extends for 20 kilometers accompanying the river through small towns to the town of Manlleu, where the photographs in this report have been captured.
The itinerary crosses different natural landscapes, agricultural and industrial spaces, where the Ter River plays a key role, especially in certain textile colonies.
This itinerary is classified as a Grand Tour (GR 210), although it does not require great physical performance, although it is more than five hours of travel if done in full.