Hoces del Rio Duraton Natural Park, Sepulveda

(4.8/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Famous for its high gorges formed by the Duratón River, Hoces del Rio Duraton Natural Park is a natural park great for hiking and exploring. There are several trails to follow depending on your desired level of difficulty. View the large canyons from above and trek along them, or descend to the bottom, following the river. You'll see many birds, with the Griffon vulture the most common. There is also a monastery in the park. No bathroom facilities or refreshments are available. Before you head to Sepulveda, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Sepulveda vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Sepulveda has to offer, including Hoces del Rio Duraton Natural Park.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We toured one of the paths of the two rivers very easy, with some slope but very nice. Good views about two hours of travel along the Duratón nature, archaeological remains and a highly recommended natural wonder, don't forget to take water
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  • We have come in family throughout the area. Very nice people, but... All fatal indicated, it is very difficult to find absolutely nothing and you just lost paths of goats. The expensive restoration in superlative degree due mainly to the tourist area (which take advantage of in excess). It is more than likely not return.
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  • Beautiful site which form the hoces del rio Duratón. On the walls as cliffs that descend to the River are numerous shelters of vultures and other birds that can be contemplated from different viewpoints. Outstanding site for travelling with children (from where you can leave the car until the viewpoints can be approximately two km roundtrip) and who can contemplate the majestic flight of vultures. There are limitations of paths in spring for breeding of vultures
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  • Super pretty! After driving a path were you must be patient...The views are breathtaking!
  • It's nothing special there except for the cliffs and the monastery. However, you can take a peaceful walk along a river.
  • It's a nice area. Beautiful landscape.
  • Amazing natural park with lots of vultures nesting on the cliffs. We did a canoe route with a local guide (in Spanish only) that was just amazing.
  • A spectacular gorge and river running through this beautiful natural park. Lots of trails for walking which take you up and close to the vultures which nest on the cliff tops. Also great for picnics alongside the river in spring and summer.