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The Source of the River Guadalquivir

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The Headwaters of the Guadalentín via Fuente Acero

The course of the River Guadalentín has carved out a valley of immense beauty. The riverbanks are covered with lush vegetation: maples, ashes, poplars and gall oaks will line your route, while the river itself flows slowly through a series of crystal-clear pools that are home to otters and the native white-clawed crayfish, before quickening its pace through areas in which the banks narrow to form gorges. This is an indispensable excursion for anyone who wishes to become better acquainted with the Nature Park.

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Cerrada del Utrero and Cascada de Linarejos Hiking Route

The area known as Cerrada del Utrero-Linarejos is a breathtaking natural work of art, sculpted by the River Guadalquivir out of the surrounding limestone. The route is traversed on foot, enabling you to appreciate the jagged rock forms and apertures created by water over the course of thousands of years. During this pleasant hike you will be accompanied by narrow-leafed rock privet, terebinth and willow as you head towards one of the most photographed spots in the park: the Cascada de Linarejos waterfall, also known as the cola del caballo or “horse’s tail”.

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Poyos de la Mesa Hiking Route

Navas are extremely fertile stretches of land located at a certain altitude and which have, since time immemorial, been used by residents of the mountains for grazing their livestock or planting crops. The first of these, which you can reach via the JF-7091 (a provincial road, the first section of which is asphalted before later becoming a dirt track), is known as the Nava del Espino…

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