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    SEN-29. Barjacoba por Caminos Tradicionales
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Barjacoba por Caminos Tradicionales
Distance: 20.70 Km Circular: Yes IBP: 84
Start: Barjacoba
Landing: 80.20 % Asphalt: 19.80 % Trail: 0.00 %
Physical Difficulty: High Technical Difficulty: Low Gradient 820 810
Recommended For: Children's
Profile Barjacoba por Caminos Tradicionales
Shortly after leaving Barjacoba we will cross the river Barjacoba. We will ascend to the Cruz de la Mata through a traditional medieval cobbled road in most places. As for the vegetation of the route stand out; The oak melojo, here known as carballo, chestnut, walnut, birch, holly, ash, alder, apple, guindales, pine, poplars, and to a lesser extent, rowan, elder and The elm or negrillo. Usually and along the top of these mountain ranges we will find extensions of scrub of bugs, carballo, heather and brooms. There is also a great variety of herbaceous plants, such as nettle, bramble and mint. Mushrooms and mushrooms abound, among which is the cucurril and several species of boletus.
Along these traditional roads, we will cross streams, climb up to the Sistral sheepfolds, where we will find the Corrals of Xaneiro (some pens used formerly to store cattle) and then we will ascend atop the village of Pías "a Lama Of the Wolf. "
From Pias we will go by the traditional road to Villanueva de la Sierra, for this
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    SEN-26. Porto-Vega de Conde
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Porto-Vega de Conde
Distance: 58.20 Km Circular: No IBP: 204
Start: Zona ferial de Porto
Landing: 0.00 % Asphalt: 0.00 % Trail: 0.00 %
Physical Difficulty: Very High Technical Difficulty: Medium Gradient 1468 1481
Recommended For: Experts
Profile Porto-Vega de Conde
We left Porto in the southwest direction. We will go through the ZA-102 and the GR-84 a short section, but we leave them to catch the track that goes up to Cruz da Costa, Campo and Peñas Blancas. We found three wonderful fountains and a fantastic panoramic view before reaching the Porto Bridge dam. Then the dams of Playa, Cárdena, Garandones, to then descend to the Vega de Tera dam or broken dam, which broke on January 9, 1959, also known as the Ribadelago catastrophe. Soon after we have the dam Vega de Conde. Along the route and depending on the time of year we will also see the innumerable lagoons that this mountain has. These gaps are found along the route between the different prey. View File
    SEN-28. Porto-Barjacoba-Porto
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Porto-Barjacoba-Porto
Distance: 34.19 Km Circular: Yes IBP: 148
Start: Porto
Landing: 85.70 % Asphalt: 14.30 % Trail: 0.00 %
Physical Difficulty: Very High Technical Difficulty: Low Gradient 1 1
Recommended For: Amateurs
Profile Porto-Barjacoba-Porto
We leave Porto, from here we will climb a track, first asphalt and then high mountain with loose stones that will climb us to the mountains. We go up the Cruz da Costa towards the Campo where we will find magnificent mountain springs and wonderful views of the San Sebastián reservoir.We will also see the reservoir of Valdesirgas, in the zone of the Cancelos we will see its lagoons. We will go through bogs, bogs and lagoons.From Barjacoba we leave by the valley formed by the river Barjacoba direction Porto. We will go along a medieval road through which we climbed the sheepfolds of Sistral. We will return to the Cancelos, where we will see their lagoons again. We will descend towards the reservoir of Valdesirgas and its river by the "Acebral do Beseo", these acebrales are of great beauty and cover the humid and shady areas of the natural park. In the vegetation of the route stand out; Oak melo, chestnut, walnut, birch, holly, ash, alder, apple, guindales, pine, poplars and, to a lesser extent, rowan, elde View File
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