One could discover Berguedà in many ways, but there is no doubt that the best route to penetrate the intimacy of its landscapes is on foot. The ancient traditional trails, most from the medieval period, invite the pilgrim to take a journey across time, a slow, paced trip, a journey to evoke, for instance, the dramatic exile of the Catars, «the good men». The cattle trails still remind one of the passing of Guillem de Berguedà, a proud knight and troubadour; of Ramon Vila’s silent walking, who was a maquis known as Caracremada (Burntface); or of the brisk journeys of the segadors (harvesters), who would cross the imposing Cadí on the Gosolans path, like Picasso did in 1906. On foot, one may recover the tempo of things, nature’s rhythms. The Pyrenees are very generous to the traveller. As well as offering roads (and businesses who are specialized in guided tours), Berguedà has as well a good network of marked trails signposted by yellow marks, and as the usual, white and red marks identify long distance trails (GR), the white and yellow ones indicate short distance trails (PR).