Route 7: Majá Robledo
Distance: 14,54 km.
Time: Aprox. 4 hours and a half
Highest point/lowest point: 934/669 meters
Difficulty: High (actually it's a great walk, but we have put high difficulty because in some sections the path has strong raises and descents).
Recommended season: All year round
Route summary: Those who have done this route say it is exciting and it is true because it is spectacular and nice. The verticality and the magnitude of its landscapes make this itinerary one of the most beautiful walks through Las Hurdes, definitely!
Huge mountains and rocks go with our dizzy path in its constant turns, ascents and descents. And everywhere, the terraces that have been wrenched from the mountains by the Hurdanos for their tiny terraces.
The route reaches the nice spot of the Majá Robledo, a dam that collects waters from the Peña de la Canchera and the Pico Solombrero.
Almost at the end the route cross the "alquería " of La Huetre, looking for its traditional houses of slate, its small and sinous streets and the impressive views over the valley of the Hurdano river.
NOTE: This route is available for the clients of Riomalo CTR, but you can download the booklet in order to know something more about it.
Mirador de la Pregonera
Waterfall of El Ceño
Senda Majá Robledo
Valle de los Casares
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