2.9 miles
Distance
86 ft
Climb
-522 ft
Descent
3,629 ft
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Inicio del recorrido: Comarcal SO-920, km. 21,5
Fin del recorrido: Puente nacedero

Esta ruta discurre por la paramera del Parque, pudiéndose admirar en este entorno buenos ejemplares de Pino pudio, Sabinas y Aromáticas. Desde aquí se puede acceder a la Sima del Cura Merino, enlazando con el camino que lleva a la Ermita de San Bartolomé.

Para llegar al Nacedero del Río Ucero enlazaremos con el GR 86 en el paraje de Valdecea.

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.

Detailed Description
Cañón del Río Lobos - Valdecea is a 3 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 86 ft with a max elevation of 3,629 ft then descends -522 ft.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Hike
  • Difficulty rating
    Green
  • Route Type
    Point to Point
  • eBike Allowed
  • Direction
    One Direction
  • Physical rating
    Easy
More Stats for Cañón del Río Lobos - Valdecea mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -436 ft
  • Altitude min
    3,173 ft
  • Altitude start
    3,628 ft
  • Altitude end
    3,192 ft
  • Grade
    -2.8%
  • Grade max
    -42.9%
  • Grade min
    21.5%
  • Distance climb
    4,915 ft
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
    1,998 ft
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