5.0 miles
3,825 ft
-56 ft
1 mile
High Point

Ruta de senderismo perfectamente señalizada con marcas blancas y amarillas. Se trata de una trocha de las denominadas de ‘herradura’, porque nuestros antepasados la utilizaban con sus animales de carga: caballos, mulas y burros, para el intercambio de mercancías con el otro valle.

Dicho sendero empieza en las inmediaciones de Casavieja, en el paraje conocido como ‘Mesegarejo’, el punto de partido se encuentra en una pista que surge a la derecha a unos 200 m. de la presa del ‘Castaño’. Dicho punto está marcado por una roca y un tablón con indicaciones de la ruta.

No hace falta cargarse de agua ya que a lo largo del recorrido se pasa por siete fuentes.

Podremos regresar por el mismo camino o enlazar con la ruta de las Vaquerizas. Antes de llegar a la fuente del Puerto encontraremos un cartel indicativo para enlazar con dicha ruta en la pradera de las Vaquerizas.

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Casavieja - Puerto del Alacrán is a 5 mile less popular intermediate route located near Mijares-Gavilanes. This hike only route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route climbs 3,825 ft with a max elevation of 5,808 ft then descends -56 ft.
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More Stats for Casavieja - Puerto del Alacrán mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    3,769 ft
  • Altitude min
    2,038 ft
  • Altitude start
    2,038 ft
  • Altitude end
    5,807 ft
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  • Distance climb
    5 miles
  • Distance down
    1,325 ft
  • Distance flat
    384 ft
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