16 May ZZ-005 Peñas Cinglas y Coda Sartén
DISTANCE: 20.72 km
CLIMB: +771.00 m
TIME: 3h. - 3:30h. h
WITH MUD: Not recommended
EXIT: Aínsa río Ara y Margudgued
ARRIVAL: Aínsa o Margudgued
“ PEÑAS CINGLAS AND CODA SARTÉN”
An extraordinary route, opened in 2014 with great paths and views.
You’ll climb up Partara to a perfect view point, then a descent down the little known Peñas Cinglas path which brings you to the Ena river whose water runs warm in summer.(Careful : during storms the water rises considerably)
The next and hardest stage is the Coda Sartén hill climb. You have to overcome a rocky path to beat this one and really pull out the stops for its tremendous, muddy climax. (not for beginners or the faint hearted..)
You’ll come into Ainsa through the castle, and get to the medieval squares’ watch towers still buzzing! A beer will calm you down….
If you can take really high levels of endorfins in your blood, then do route 18 on top of this one.
Warning : This is extremely demanding….
60% of excellent trails. Sandstones and Marlstones. Ena River crossing.
All year round.