On Saturday March 11, 13 people did maintenance work on
the Camí d'Andorra on the route that goes from the Coll de Santa Fe to the Riu
To maintain this itinerary, we have divided it into three
Section 1, marked in sky blue on the attached map. This
stretch goes from Coll Marí to Coll de Santa Fe and then goes down to Pla de
Cal Llauna, where it meets the variant that comes from Coll Marí. This variant
is marked on the ground with yellow circles, while the main path is marked with
blue and yellow colors.
Section 2, marked in purple on the attached map. It is the
variant that goes from Coll Marí and merges with the main road that goes down
to the Cabó road.
Section 3, marked in green on the attached map. It goes
from the Cabó road, at the height of the Oliva house, to the Cabó River.
To do this work, 5 teams were formed.
Team 1, made up of: Jordi Pérez, Octavi Quintana and
Daniel Macià who, equipped with a brush cutter and blue and yellow paint, did
the work on Section 1, the most complicated of today's route.
Team 2, formed by: Javier Comella, Teo González and Joan
Ribalta, who do the maintenance of Section 2, equipped with pruning shears and
blue and yellow paint. They also made stairs with logs and stones that greatly
improved the beginning of the path, where there was a steep slope.
Team 3, formed by: Paco Penella, Josep Maria Vila and
William Díaz, who do the maintenance of Section 3, equipped with a brush cutter
and blue and yellow paint.
Team 4, formed by: Ramon Camats and Jordi Piferrer who,
with two TT cars, did transport and support work for the previous 3 teams.
Team 5, made up of: Octavio Rico and Enrique Tormo, who
were in charge. Octavio Rico led the coordination of this