Path to the backrest. Lozoyuela

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    Medium difficulty path due to the distance you understand. Nice itinerary with the constant panoramic view of the sharp Sierra de la Cabrera through paths and trails between meadows, Ash, pine forests, junipers and jars and dotted with whimsical shapes on granite rocks.


    Distance: 20,7 km

    Time: 6h 10 min

    Positive slope: 443 m

    Difficulty: 3 / 5

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    This route starts from the Tourist Office of Lozoyuela and passes through the former station of Lozoyuela and the former tungsten mine.

    The route covers a large variety of landscapes; pine forests, meadows, pastures of ash trees and scrubland occur resulting in a changing natural mosaic along the route.

    Also the views take role in an area where a large rock, known as "The stone Eagle", It allows us to observe the municipality in its full entirety, as well as, El Atazar reservoir, together with other towns in the area.

    The route has a special charm because, along the route, It runs along the north face of the sierra de La Cabrera, draw attention to the whimsical shapes that take on granite rocks, modeled by the action of natural elements such as rain, wind or ice.

    It is crossed by the river Jobalo, which adds an even more attractive to the entire component.


    In the beginning of the route, abundant junipers, Dwarf, Lavender and thyme.

    On one side we see the dehesa of ash trees and Oaks of Lozoyuela and you will walk among Scots pine.

    To move to the north face of the Sierra de La Cabrera, the landscape will be more Rocky, where will the thickets and the broom dominate.


    -You can observe vultures, wild boars, foxes, rabbits and hares.

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