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Best trails in Agüero

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Explore the most popular trails near Agüero with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Ruta Circular por los Mallos de Agüero
Agüero, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 1.7 mi • Est. 1 h 4 m
Nestled in the surroundings of the city of Huesca, the region of Hoya de Huesca has a pre-Pyrenean mountain range with beautiful landscapes. This excursion allows you to explore the Mallos de Agüero and its surroundings, with spectacular views over Peña Sola and the rest of Mallos as well as the town of Mallos. On the tour you can also see different raptors and bird birds. The huge conglomerate walls that rise above the towns of Riglos and Agüero are locally called mallos. They are the natural limit between the Pyrenees and the Ebro valley, and have an extraordinary ornithological interest throughout the year. Here scavengers abound, since the malos offer them a safe place to nest and the cattle of the plain provide them with food. In the area we will also find other interesting species such as the treparriscos and many small birds. The proposed route is a circular circuit around the Mallos de Agüero, with spectacular views over Peña Sola and the rest of the Mallos, as well as the core of Agüero and its surroundings. The return to the Mallos does not present technical difficulties and is suitable for all types of public, the accumulated slope of the route is approximately 200 meters. In the Northeast end of the nucleus the route begins ascending by a path of marked slope at the foot of the east side of the Mallos and by the right margin of a ravine. The path goes up in zigzag until reaching Pedro's hill to take a trail that descends steeply down the north face of the Mallos to the intersection with a track that corresponds to the water conduction of the town of Agüero that runs parallel to the Barranco de la Rabosera, where the return towards the town of Agüero begins south, passing at the foot of the Mallos until reaching the town center. From this point we can ascend to the mountains by several well-marked routes. The simplest is the circular route that is proposed.Show more