|You see an information panel on the route in
front of you. Take the track that goes left from the panel (1020 m).
When the track forks (2min) (1010 m), follow the white arrow on a wooden
pole to the right. The
Guadalentín river starts to follow the route on
your right and you have a nice view over the Reservoir
of Bolera. You come to bridge high above the river flowing in a
channel between rock walls (11min) (980 m). Look down to watch large
trouts swimming in the river.
Ignore a track that forks off right (17min) (1020 m), but follow the
wooden pole to the right a couple minutes later (19min) (1040 m). You
walk on a grassy track that in some parts is only a path. On your right
a rock wall lines the forest of pines and oaks.
The track snakes its way uphill to a meadow spotted by oaks. On the
flank of a rock you see a stone cottage (1h) (1240 m). Do not bend
right, but continue uphill. You come to a
large meadow at the foot of a
rock wall. On your right you see a country house (1h10min) (1285 m). The
track continues between giant oak trees
Descending gently you see another meadow lined by rock walls in front
of you. Before you reach it you pass a house (1h42min) (1170 m) and a
stone cottage on your left. On your right you see ruins. The track lined
del Lobo goes towards Loma
del Caballo. In northeast you see Caballo
de Nava del Asno. On your way you can meet dears.
The track slopes down to a
river (2h05min) (1115 m). Do not cross it,
but follow the wooden poles to the left. You walk through a meadow with
ages old cypresses to the water front and follow the river to the left.
You meet another wooden pole (2h09min) (1110 m).
Ascend between the
poles back to the road (2h14min) (1145 m) and return on the same way
back to the beginning of the route (4h15min).