6.9 miles
774 ft
-791 ft
3,643 ft
High Point

nicio del recorrido: Puente el Quemao
Fin del recorrido: Puente de los Siete Ojos

En esta ruta ascenderemos a la paramera paseando por un monte de sabinas, Pino pudio y enebros, llegando finalmente a la Sima del Torcajón, y bajando posteriormente al Río Lobos por el Barranco de las Fuentes y subiendo a orillas del río al Puente de los Siete Ojos.

La superficie del Parque Natural del Cañón de Río Lobos posee más de 9.500 hectáreas pertenecientes a siete municipios: Hontoria del Pinar - Casarejos - Herrera de Soria - Nafría de Ucero - San Leonardo de Yagüe - Santa María de las Hoyas - Ucero.

R1 La Sierra (Burgos - Soria)
R2 Pico Navas (Burgos)
R3 El Torcón (Burgos)
R4 Las Dehesas (Burgos - Soria)
R5 La Lastrilla (Soria)
R6 La Cantera (Soria)
R7 Los Pimpollares (Soria)
R8 EL Encinar de Nafría (Soria)
R9 La Senda del Castillo (Soria)
R10 Valdecea (Soria)
R11 Senda de las Gullurías (Soria)
R12 Valderrueda (Soria)
R13 Río Chico (Soria)
R14 Cabeza Gorda (Soria)
R15 Balconcillo de la Ermita (Soria)

Detailed Description
Cañón del Río Lobos - Sendero Cabeza Gorda is a 7 mile less popular easy route located near El Burgo De Osma. This hike only route can be used one direction and has a easy overall physical rating. This route climbs 774 ft with a max elevation of 3,643 ft then descends -791 ft.
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More Stats for Cañón del Río Lobos - Sendero Cabeza Gorda mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -16 ft
  • Altitude min
    3,246 ft
  • Altitude start
    3,304 ft
  • Altitude end
    3,287 ft
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  • Distance climb
    3 miles
  • Distance down
    3 miles
  • Distance flat
    3,793 ft
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