Canon del Rio Lobos Natural Park, San Leonardo de Yague

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Stretch your legs and breathe in the fresh air at this natural park. Canon del Rio Lobos Natural Park is home to a deep limestone canyon, the river Lobos, and lots of forest. The small town of Ucero is the best place to start your visit. Talk to the staff in the information center about walking routes before setting off. Discover caves, a church, and some stunning vistas. Look for birds nesting in the cliffs of the gorge. You might spot vultures, eagles, or owls. Use our San Leonardo de Yague vacation route planner to visit Canon del Rio Lobos Natural Park on your trip to San Leonardo de Yague, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Walk through the Canyon is very nice, both by its walls, caves, River, Hermitage, birds, and vegetation. It is worth also the viewpoint that there is at the top of the mountain by touching the road.
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  • A really enjoyable few hours. Walking is a good idea. A tourist office chap told us we could cycle the path. This is not an option. So many bad surfaces and stepping stones over rivers. Seeing all the...  more »
  • We went with our 12-year-old daughter and parked in the last parking for € 4. From there to the Hermitage there is like 1 km and to the side is the cave. Then you can stroll and enjoy everything you want. The path is easy and you can see the vultures flying above your heads. The terrain is very simple for all ages and fitness. To the Cave some people but then there were virtually no people and when it begins to enjoy this beautiful place really.
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  • Simplemente maravilloso.
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  • If you need to disconnect, the Cañon del Rio Lobos is the perfect place to spend an entire day and forget the city. Take snacks and drinks to make the way, but don't forget to pick up the trash to keep the clean space. Visit the Templar chapel or the caves is something that you should not overlook. Recommended place to go with friends, family, children, even alone. The entrance to the Hermitage costs €1.
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  • A very nice and simple, almost flat ride. The problem is that if it does good or is there are many people, if only want to walk it not overwhelmed but detract from its charm. Parking costs € 4 per car
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