This is the name given to the paths in a European road network, mainly found in France, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands. They are generally longer than 50 km.
- GR-7 begins in Andorra and enters into the Ebro territory through the Llaberia mountain range. It is runs through Tivissa, Rasquera and Benifallet and then crosses the Ebro. After the river, the road climbs back from Paüls and Alfara de Charles to the Tortosa-Beseit Ports, where it runs through the municipality of Tortosa. Finally it enters the Community of Valencia.
- GR-8 leaves from Ulldecona and connects with GR-7 at the Font Ferrera Shelter, through Tall Nou pass, Roig pass and the Tortosa fountain (all three within the Tortosa municipal district); it goes on towards Beseit and then heads toward the southern part of the Teruel province.
- GR-99 Ebro Natural Path. More than 1000 kilometres of ecological track running alongside the river from Fontibre to the Ebro Delta.
- GR-192 Wind Path. This runs between Cambrils and Amposta through Punta de la Buinaca, Coll de l’Alba and Campredó. It was originally designed as a variant to the 92 track, but once its length reached more than 50 miles it was finally approved as an independent path.