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Chanos, Las Hedradas
Places of Interest: Chanos, Las Hedradas, Ermita de la Tuiza, Santuario de la Tuiza
We leave from Chanos by the traditional way direction Las Hedradas leaving the town quickly, we will go by a traditional way by which went up to the zone of Forcada and the Cabreros, later to 1.4 km approximately we will have to cross the stream of Briallo in the Zone of Cavaxe Seca. We can see some panoramic views of the A-52 motorway, as well as the towns of Chanos and Las Hedradas. We arrive to Las Hedradas about 3.4 km, here we can cool off in hot weather in its magnificent fountains and see the town, from here by road we head for the area of the Canda in search of the Sanabrés Santiago Way, for this we will have Which cross 1 km from Las Hedradas the A-52 below and about 200 meters later the railroad track over a magnificent stone bridge, about 370 meters from here we cross the Arroyo de la Tuiza and 1.1 km We arrive at the Sanabrés Way of Santiago by which we will descend towards the Hermitage and the Sanctuary of the Tuiza. We will go down the area of Cebrál where we will cross a stream about 0.5 km from the Camino de Santiago, continue down the Malladica 1.9 km from this stream we find again with the Arroyo de la Tuiza which we have to Cross again, this time through a bridge without rails, we will now ascend to reach the Tuiza Hermitage that we have less than 1 km from here, once past the Hermitage, a little further down we can visit the Sanctuary of La Tuiza . To return to Chanos between the hermitage and the sanctuary we will have to cross the A-52 below, we will return by a traditional road of access to farms and by a zone of highway where we must take the precautions, from the viaduct of the A- 52 we are approximately 1.3 km uphill to the town of Chanos.
Traditional way of access to farms and communal mountain of the Town Hall of Lubián, can be done at any time of the year looking for the charm of each station, it is an access road to particular farms, mountain and mountain range with some road and track, Can be done on foot, by bicycle, horse. In this habitat we will be able to see animals like roe deer, wild boar and eagles among others, in summer is a very good route with zones of shade, since it runs in the majority of the sites by closed zones of robledales
To whom it is addressed: It is addressed to everyone who is moderately physically prepared. The route has some hard stretch. Suitable for children, taking precautions somewhere, especially in road areas, streams and bridges.