|Take the path that starts by the Miradores
sign (1210 m). Soon the path forks (3min) (1210 m). Go left downhill.
You walk through a leafy
forest. After crossing a bridge (5min) (1200 m)
you have a nice view over the canyon of Escuaín. Fine rock walls line
the route on your right. When you encounter a sign for "Ermita de San Lorenzo",
visit the ruins of a hermitage that once formed part of the rock
Almost immediately after the sign, you reach the first lookout spot (16min) (1230 m).
Deep in the canyon flows the river Yaga, and the mountain of
Castillo Major crowns the slopes cloaked by green forest. Looking
left you see the peaks of
Ignore the path that forks off right for "Revilla" (26min)
Later on you will return to this spot. From the second lookout spot (29min)
m), you discern a number of waterfalls on the bed of the canyon. Sierra
de Revilla dominates the mountain landscape above the gorge of
The path curves left and leads to the third lookout spot
(30min) (1240 m). On your left rise the peaks of Cotiella. From this
spot you have an extensive view to the canyon, both to the right and to
Return to the spot, where a sign on your left points to Revilla (34min)
The path ascends to the top of La Loresa (45min) (1340 m) where the
going gets easier. The views into the canyon and to the
You walk on the bedrock and come to a small clearing (53min) (1370 m).
Bend right and follow the stone piles. You meet another path (58min) (1375 m)
and encounter a sign for "Revilla" that guides you to the
right. You walk still on the bedrock. In front of you rises the Punta
Llerga. Slopes of the Sierra de Revilla line the route on your left.
Soon after crossing a bridge (1h04min) (1350 m) you enjoy views over the
valley of Cinca.
Ignore a path that branches off left for "Consusa Superior
" (1h20min) (1280 m) and descend to the village of Revilla
(1h27min) (1225 m). Walk through this tiny village to the asphalt road (1h30min)
m) and continue back to the beginning of the route (1h34min).