|Start by crossing the road (255 m) to the path
with a white-yellow waymark. The path ascends to a paved
(310 m). Turn left and look for a track that forks to the right. Take
this track and then fork to a
path on your left (8min) (330 m). When you
come to a narrow asphalt road (15min) (390 m), turn right. On the left
hand side of the road you find the Gel fountain (Font del Gel) (18min)
(380 m). Some 60 meters from the fountain, you see a sign for Campell on your
right. Take this descending narrow road.
This point offers an alternative route to Cavall
Vert, if you take
the steps on your left.
When the path forks after some five
right. Two minutes later, cross a track. A couple of steps further, go
left, and immediately after that take the asphalt road right uphill. At
the next fork, some five minutes later, keep left. In three minutes, you
see a house on your right. By the house, you meet an asphalt road. Go
right uphill. The road bends sharply left. Find a white-yellow
on the right hand side, and take the path uphill. The path crosses an
asphalt road, and comes to another asphalt road. Turn left. Walk some
100 metres and turn right to a concrete way uphill. Again walk some five
minutes and turn left to a path, right before the concrete way ends. In
ten minutes, cross a track and keep on the ascending path that takes you
to the Penya Roig within another ten minutes.
The road to Campell passes first the
camping site of the Laguart
valley, then the Campell fountain (Font de Campell)
house (28min) (355 m);
comes to an information board about the walking routes (30min), and
continues to the church. By the church, the road forks. Take the left
fork. Soon you see a sign for Tunel d'Isbert on the left side of the road
(35min) (345 m). Start descending on the path
towards the Isbert tunnel. In front of you opens a view to the
Denia valley and Segária mountain.
When the path meets a track (40min) (270 m), go left. Do not continue
on the path. When the track forks, go left again, and some thirty meters
further, fork to a path on your right. Walk some fifteen meters, and
turn right to the direction pointed by a red arrow (43min) (255 m). Do
not follow the white-yellow waymark, which would lead you left
If you follow the white-yellow waymarks to the Isbert
tunnel, you have
to trespass a private property. You can avoid the trespassing by goint
to the Isbert dam without entering the tunnel, but then you have to walk
back the same way, or negociate an alternative route by following the
narrow roads that criss-cross the valley.
On your way to Isbert dam, follow the path some five minutes, fork
left on a track, and keep left some five minutes until you come to a
sandroad with the sign for the tunnel. The sign points to the left where
you see a white house. The track goes by the left wall of the house, but
the owner dislikes the trespassing. Therefore ignore the sign for the
tunnel, and turn right. Walk some hundred meters and fork left for the
Isbert dam (Presa d'Isber). In five minutes, the path comes to a track.
Cross the track. After descending some 20 meters by a creek, which might
be without water, you find the path again. In some five minutes, you
reach the bed of the Gorge of Inferno (Barranc d'Infern). You might get your feet wet in
the puddles. Cross it to a track, walk some ten minutes to the left and
fork on a path that leads back to the barranc
bed. Turn left and keep
walking on the bed to the Isbert
dam, which you reach in ten minutes.
The path with the red arrow leads to a house by a fountain (Font
d'Isber) where it turns into a concrete walkway that goes to the CV-721.
(50min) (280 m). Turn left, walk some ten meters and climb to a path with a
white-yellow waymark on your right. On the other side of the Gorge of
Hortes (Barranco de las Hortes) you see the sanatorium of Saint
Francisco de Borja (Sanatorio San Francisco de Borja).
The path descends to a
(1h05min) (235 m), crosses it, and ascends to the parking place on the