There are no words to describe this mountain range...
Soajo mountain range, in the heart of the Peneda Gerês National Park, the "only" mountain range between the Lima River and Castro Laboreiro (Anachronism of "Serra de Soajo"), rises to an altitude of 1416 m at its peak called Pedrada, being the highest in Alto-Minho.
With a relative north-south orientation, this magnificent mountain range is located in the municipality of Arcos de Valdevez, Monção and Melgaço, even bordering Spain along the Lima River, housing an incalculable wealth of symbolic and built capital, very well preserved, from culture to biodiversity.
It was recently discovered (08/2020) in Serra de Soajo, the Roman military camp of Soajo, dating back to the conquest of the Iberian peninsula, taking into account its location at the highest point (Pedrada) to be able to control the enemy.
Its name “Serra do Soajo” derives from Vila de Soajo, once the county seat, and one of the oldest settlements in Portugal, where the peak (Pedrada) is located.
Vila de Soajo, in other times, stood out for being a “tourist” center for the royal mounts, which were carried out in the said mountain range, where the wolf traps (9 in total) are still located.