17 Apr ZZ-052 El Entremón de Palo
DISTANCE: 11 km
CLIMB: +620 m
TIME: 2:30 - 3 h
WITH MUD: Feasible
AREA: La Fueva
It is an essential route for cyclists and hikers. You must climb to Tozal de Palo to see and understand an extraordinary landscape in a narrowing of the Cinca River called the Entremón.
Limestone rock, rough terrain, and yet the bike flows in spiritual levitation.
Pay attention to 3 “Danger” areas, well signposted.
The second part of the route takes you to an area called the Mine with another fantastic
descent made of a different substrate.
Variant from Humo de Muro: If you want to extend the enjoyment, you can do the variant and get to Humo de Muro passing by another great descent in a GR path. Careful, you have to cross the Usía River twice, so avoid rains.
39% single track. Limestone rock in the first part and gypsum and sandstone area in the second.
Take the route calmly. Hard uphill with a lot to see.
There are 3 Danger areas; the last two to be done on foot. Very dangerous.
You can lengthen the route by passing through Humo de Muro.