36.0 miles
2,951 ft
-2,965 ft
2,606 ft
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El Camino de los Arrieros, en la comarca de Sayago, transcurre por el municipio de Fariza, en pleno corazón del Parque Natural Arribes del Duero.

Es una red de senderos tradicionales que utilizaban los arrieros para el transporte de especies y mercancías (aceite, vino, miel…) a lomos de caballerías.

La ruta parte de Fermoselle, localidad conocida como ‘el Balcón del Duero’, y sigue el GR14 hasta Fariza de Sayago pasando por Pinilla de Fermoselle, Fornillos de Fermoselle y Mámoles.

Desde Fariza nos dirigiremos a Zafara, Formariz y Cibanal para finalmente llegar nuevamente a Fermoselle.

Entre encinas y jaras el camino discurre por parajes de gran belleza paisajística, alternando miradores espectaculares, ermitas, puentes romanos, fuentes y cascadas.

Entre la numerosa fauna que habita los Arribes del Duero destacan las aves que sobrevuelan los cortados graníticos: la cigüeña negra, el águila real y el buitre leonado.

Detailed Description
Camino de los Arrieros is a 36 mile less popular intermediate route located near Zamora. This mountain bike primary route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route climbs 2,951 ft with a max elevation of 2,606 ft then descends -2,965 ft.
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More Stats for Camino de los Arrieros mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    1,822 ft
  • Altitude start
    2,211 ft
  • Altitude end
    2,198 ft
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  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    17 miles
  • Distance down
    16 miles
  • Distance flat
    2 miles
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