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Huesca - 1 Stages - 12Km. - 600Pos/600Neg - Hig - Circular Route - May 2009
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Guara is located between the Valley Ebro and the Pyrenees. It is the area prepirinaica Huesca, the most northerly of the three Aragonese provinces. This land of transition, called the Somontano , this is an area of ??Mediterranean climate dominated by vines, olive, almond and oak trees, and spectacular gorges carved into the limestone by Flúmen rivers , Guatizalema Calcón, Alcanadre, Isuela, Mascún and Vero.

The Natural Park of the Sierra de Guara and canyons extends north of the regional capital, Barbastro. It was declared a National Park in 1990 and has 47,450 hectares, not counting the peripheral zone.

The elevation above sea level ranges between 430 meters and 2,077 of Pico Guara , the highest in the park.

The vegetation of the south is drier and plenty of oaks.In more northern hardwoods such as beech. In terms of fauna, the vulture, the osprey and golden eagle.

With its geology, is a perfect place to practice canyoning and climbing.

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Huesca 1 12 Km. 600 m. 600 m. Alta Recorrido Circular


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1. Castillo de Naya y Tresuns

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Distance: 12 Km.Up/Downhill 600 m. - Up/Downhill 600 m.Time: 06:00 h.
Castillo de Naya y Tresuns

This circular turn us around one of the side canyons longest in this part of the range.

Shortly after & eacute; s passing the village of Morrano in address & oacute; na Bierge-Waters , at a sharp bend to the left is a trail that goes to the saw.

At first moves between fields to slowly be gaining the mountain environment. We walk a little less than two kil & oacute;. Meters and watch for a trail indicated on the left

About 300 meters AFTER & eacute; s cross a SMALL or dry riverbed and had a m & aacute zone; s stony where we need to be aware that we take a drive tacks & aacute; the tops of the mountains disregarding the clear path that leads to jumping Tresuns .

We shall overcome a height difference of 200 meters holding the north to cross a track that descended from the top of Espigolar .

Upon arriving at the track we must follow it to the right and begin to descend the trail to cross the channel and pursued a LITTLE to climb that put us in the first fields. Now in view the mass of stone called the Castle Naya .

From here & iacute; follow the track to a junction where we take the branch that goes to the Castle Naya , the ramp on the right to be & aacute; which we will take to return.

On the basis of the Castle Naya can have splendid views on this mont & iacute;. Ass and the whole valley

On the way back we left the dev & iacute; o before we left on our right to ascend to the Castle Naya

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This is the point m & aacute; s dif & iacute; easy to follow: at the next junction, a signpost to the Castle Naya , we address & oacute; nright and start climbing until you find another signpost. In this second sign turn right. And just 200 meters trail turns left and begins to climb slightly to cross the area known as the Peonera .

Once you cross this area always started down the Tresuns Canyon on our right. You have to pay attention & oacute; n to not spend the SMALL or std & iacute; o leaving right

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The path that we now makes a sharp turn, taking direction & oacute; n Northwest and down into the ravine. We crossed it and went up the other side to find a path much m & aacute;. S marked and obvious

We take this path to the right to descend to the bed of the ravine. We continue ascending to the waterfall 50 meters when carrying water. It's called break Tresuns .

We returned by the same route left the trailby watching & iacute; masters left to go out there to drive us & aacute; the trailhead.


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