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Barranco de la Hoz Seca, Jaraba
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  • We went with two children from 9 to 12 years and although the tour of roundtrip is long, is very nice and the kids entertained. He liked
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  • The views and everything is beautiful, but when I say that careful with the path I say something. There are a few posters indicating the distance in Jaraba and what more or less take in doing so. We saw one that was 13 km and that it took 3 hours. We were going for free and had something in a hurry because we had to go in the afternoon to the Gruta de las Maravillas rent in and then later had concerted time in our hotel in Alhama de Aragón Spa, so we took the quick route, a trail of only 1 km from those 13 km. In what time. I was recently recovered from a sprain and plantar Fasciitis, but not recovered from tendinitis. We were not equipped for the occasion since we had no thought making this section as well. Yes some of hiking but gentle grade. On the other hand took a stretch already medium or medium-high. I got with a branch of a tree, which I picked up ground, which I broke a little, but that made me its function. If you had known what it would have taken me home a telescopic or you would have bought me arriving at the area (if there was a store that sold them, I don't know because I came from tourism). The case that not I broke their necks several times because God has not willed. Terrain very rugged, full of gravel which makes skid foot, taking into account my injury. Luckily wearing good hiking boots. Despite embarrassed, the views were wonderful. The worst was the descent. We had to grab us both down to the rise of two metal wires that are seized to rocks to be able to climb up the same. We still got it. I recommend it, but better for the easy route.
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  • It is a very nice nature walk, seeing a completely different stone monastery environment. Upload to see the paintings rock is something more tired but is can do without problems.
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