6.3 miles
Distance
931 ft
Climb
-923 ft
Descent
2,799 ft
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SL-NA 183 Camino de Olatz

Sendero local balizado cuyo punto de inicio, en el alto de Loiti, ha variado en los últimos años con las obras de la A21. Lo mejor, dejar el coche en una vía de servicio junto al puente de la autovía.



La primera parte del recorrido sigue la pista que asciende hacia la Sierra y el parque eólico. Antes de llegar a la cresta, cuando ya se ven cercanos los gigantescos molinos de viento, tomamos un cómodo camino de tierra que atraviesa a media ladera la vertiente norte de la Sierra de Izco.

En un punto bien indicado, la ruta abandona la tranquila pista y desciende por pronunciadas pendientes en busca del fondo del barranco de Olatz.
Una vez atravesada la regata, continuamos por un camino con las trazas de Camino de Santiago Aragonés o de Somport, variante al camino tradicional que se une en Puente la Reina, hasta que suavemente remonta el vallecito.

Es en este lugar, donde se adivinan los restos del antiguo poblado medieval de Olatz, hoy en ruinas (ver foto). Bien merece saltar el cercado y visitarlo. De vuelta al camino, proseguimos hasta pasar cerca de una reciente granja hasta cruzar una cancela y encontranos con la pista de inicio que proviene de Loiti y que ascendimos al comienzo de la excursión.

Modificación en 2012: con motivo del fin de las obras de este tramo de la A21, el acceso más cómodo se hace junto al puente peatonal sobre la autovía, acortando el recorrido 2 km sin tener que andar por el arcén de la vieja N-240 desde el parking del puerto.

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Ficha técnica
Distancia: 8 km Ruta circular: No
Desnivel: 255 m Dificultad: Fácil
Tiempo: 1 h 53 min Fecha: 15-03-20

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47. SL-NA 183 Camino de Olatz (Sierra de Izco) is a 6 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near Sanguesa. This hike only route. This route includes 1 trails. This route climbs 931 ft with a max elevation of 2,799 ft then descends -923 ft.

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More Stats for 47. SL-NA 183 Camino de Olatz (Sierra de Izco) mountain bike route
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    2,252 ft
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    2,252 ft
  • Altitude end
    2,260 ft
  • Grade max
    -43.1%
  • Grade min
    58.3%
  • Distance climb
    4 miles
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
    1,342 ft
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