Best mountain biking trails in Aragon, Spain

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Map of mountain biking trails in Aragon, Spain
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#1 - Camino del Cid: De Monreal del Campo - Teruel
Monreal del Campo, Aragón, Spain
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Length: 131.2 mi • Est. Multi-day
Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas desde Monreal del Campo hasta Orihuela siguiendo el GR 160 Camino del Cid, descrito en www.caminodelcid.org. Desde Monreal del Campo llega a Molina de Aragón, ya en Guadalajara. Después de visitar el Santuario de la Virgen de la Hoz recorre el límite oriental del Parque Natural del Alto Tajo desde Tierzo hasta Orea, y en Chequilla enlaza con el GR 10 que no dejaremos hasta después de Bronchales. Cruza la Serranía de Albarracín para llegar hasta Teruel, donde conecta con la Vía Verde Ojos Negros que lleva a Sagunto. Antes hace un desvío para recorrer el Alto Mijares pasando por Rubielos de Mora y Montanejos, recuperando la vía verde en Caudiel que nos llevará por la Comarca del Valancia hasta Sagunto. Siguiendo la Vía Augusta llega a Valencia, y continúa hasta Xátiva, tramo que coincide con el Camino de Santiago de Levante. Tras pasar por Ontinyent, por el Alt Vinalopó llega a Villena donde siguiendo el Vinalopó, por Elda y Novelda, llega a Elche. Desde Elche, bordea las Sierras de Crevillente y Callosa, llegando a Orihuela en la vega del Segura. Aunque no forma parte del Camino del Cid, continúa por la vega del Segura hasta Murcia.Show more
#2 - Camino del Cid: Teruel - Valencia
Teruel, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 135.2 mi
Mountain bike tour with saddlebags from Monreal del Campo to Orihuela following the GR 160 Camino del Cid, described at www.caminodelcid.org. From Monreal del Campo it reaches Molina de Aragón, already in Guadalajara. After visiting the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Hoz, it crosses the eastern limit of the Alto Tajo Natural Park from Tierzo to Orea, and in Chequilla it connects with the GR 10 that we will not leave until after Bronchales. It crosses the Serranía de Albarracín to reach Teruel, where it connects with the Vía Verde Ojos Negros that leads to Sagunto. Before that, it makes a detour to go through Alto Mijares passing through Rubielos de Mora and Montanejos, recovering the greenway in Caudiel that will take us through the Valencia region to Sagunto. Following the Via Augusta, it reaches Valencia, and continues to Xátiva, a section that coincides with the Camino de Santiago de Levante. After passing through Ontinyent, through Alt Vinalopó it reaches Villena where, following the Vinalopó, through Elda and Novelda, it reaches Elche. From Elche, it borders the Sierras de Crevillente and Callosa, reaching Orihuela in the Vega del Segura. Although it is not part of the Camino del Cid, it continues along the Segura valley to Murcia.Show more
#3 - Circuito Peralta, Zurita, Gabasa
Peralta de Calasanz, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 8.0 mi • Est. 3 h 14 m
We leave Peralta as far as the junction of the two trails that we are going to follow. We started the march at 9, it's freezing cold. After a while the sun rises on the horizon and the atmosphere warms up warmly. We leave the track that rises to enter the ravine, passable and more pleasant. Both sections meet later, at the confluence of two ravines, we will continue along the one that houses the track, a few more meters and the path is guessed on our right, along the bank of the stream. We walk comfortably between box and pine trees but we must cross the stream again and again. A marked and very steep trail leaves to our left, we take it to go out to the planes where the Ice Wells are located. Having seen these, we continue up the path, until we find the detour to the Crystal Cave, we approach it and continue the march to Zurita. It is necessary to be very attentive to the signs, in almost the entire route of the path, they are very rare. After a brief aerial segment, in which we appreciate the presence of a tow rope, we continue to Zurita. Population existing at least in 1090. Protected by a rock wall, in which the remains of a defensive tower from the 11th century can be seen. From here we descend to the ravine and follow a marked path between kermes oak, rosemary and pine trees. A short ascent leaves us on the hill, we will have to go down to take the track and follow it towards the North. Again we leave the track to enter the Soto de Gabasa, beautiful at all times, but less colorful than in autumn, perhaps the best time to do this route. The Puente de la Paúl connects the two ends of the line on which Gabasa lies. To the right the town. On the left is Peña Misdia (SIPCA), where there are remains of a defensive fortress from the 11th century. We take the path that, at the foot of the rock, runs along the left bank of the stream to Peralta via the Salinas. When we reach the track, we must continue to the right and be attentive because a new detour leaves to the left, leaving the track that goes up to the right. We continue to the raft, we choose the path on the left, although the one on the right would take us - passing through the salt flats - almost to the starting point. Photos of a Gabasa-Zurita-Gabasa tour in autumn can be seenShow more
#4 - Circuito Pueyo de Jaca a Panticosa vía Senderos Acequia y Palizas
Parque Faunistico La Cuniacha
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Length: 2.7 mi • Est. 1 h 5 m
#5 - Transpirenaica G11: Fiscal to Senegüe
Fiscal, Aragón, Spain
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Length: 31.3 mi • Est. Multi-day
Esta ruta es parte de una caminata de varias semanas a lo largo de la Transpirenaica (GR 11). La Transpirenaica (GR 11) es un sendero de larga distancia que cruza los Pirineos por unos 800 kilómetros. Viaja a través de los Pirineos españoles desde Llança hasta Hondarribia. Recorre España de un lado a otro, desde el Mediterráneo hasta el Atlántico o viceversa. Se puede hacer a pie o en bicicleta (bicicleta de montaña con alforjas) en ritmos diferentes y desde diversos puntos de partida, de este a oeste o de oeste a este. Todo el itinerario está bastante bien marcado con marcas pintadas de blanco y rojo y tiene un buen número de albergues y refugios a lo largo del camino. Recorre todo tipo de terrenos, en su mayoría todoterreno, escarpados y rocosos en algunas zonas. Las vistas son impresionantes. La gran aventura de los Pirineos de este a oeste, en su vertiente sur, desde el Mediterráneo (Llança como punto de partida) hasta el Atlántico (y Hondarribia como punto final). Puede encontrar una lista de senderos individuales aquí: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/transpirenaica-g11 Siguiendo este enlace, encontrará secciones de la caminata de un día para facilitar la descarga.Show more
#6 - Travesía del Sistema Ibérico: San Martín de la Virgen del Moncayo a San Pedro Manrique
San Martín de la Virgen de Moncayo, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 37.8 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a multi week long ride, along The Travesía del Sistema Ibérico or the Iberian System, that can be done at a variety of paces, starting points and it is mainly used for mountain biking. The “Travesía del Sistema Ibérico” is a mountain bike route that crosses the mountains and canyons of the Iberian System from Alcañiz to Burgos. It extends along more than 500 kilometers in southeast-northwest direction between the depression of the Ebro and the central Plateau, through the communities of Valencia, Aragón, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and La Rioja. A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/travesia-del-sistema-iberico Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading.Show more
#7 - Travesía del Sistema Ibérico: Albarracín a Cañete
Albarracín, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 55.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a multi week long ride, along The Travesía del Sistema Ibérico or the Iberian System, that can be done at a variety of paces, starting points and it is mainly used for mountain biking. The “Travesía del Sistema Ibérico” is a mountain bike route that crosses the mountains and canyons of the Iberian System from Alcañiz to Burgos. It extends along more than 500 kilometers in southeast-northwest direction between the depression of the Ebro and the central Plateau, through the communities of Valencia, Aragón, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and La Rioja. A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/travesia-del-sistema-iberico Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading.Show more
#8 - Travesía del Sistema Ibérico: Alcalá de la Selva a Albarracín
Alcalá de la Selva, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 59.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a multi week long ride, along The Travesía del Sistema Ibérico or the Iberian System, that can be done at a variety of paces, starting points and it is mainly used for mountain biking. The “Travesía del Sistema Ibérico” is a mountain bike route that crosses the mountains and canyons of the Iberian System from Alcañiz to Burgos. It extends along more than 500 kilometers in southeast-northwest direction between the depression of the Ebro and the central Plateau, through the communities of Valencia, Aragón, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and La Rioja. A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/travesia-del-sistema-iberico Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading.Show more
#9 - Travesía del Sistema Ibérico: Nuévalos a Aranda del Moncayo
Nuévalos, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 39.1 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a multi week long ride, along The Travesía del Sistema Ibérico or the Iberian System, that can be done at a variety of paces, starting points and it is mainly used for mountain biking. The “Travesía del Sistema Ibérico” is a mountain bike route that crosses the mountains and canyons of the Iberian System from Alcañiz to Burgos. It extends along more than 500 kilometers in southeast-northwest direction between the depression of the Ebro and the central Plateau, through the communities of Valencia, Aragón, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and La Rioja. A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/travesia-del-sistema-iberico Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading.Show more
#10 - Travesía del Sistema Ibérico: Cuevas de Cañart a Fortanete
Castellote, Aragon, Spain
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Length: 35.3 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is part of a multi week long ride, along The Travesía del Sistema Ibérico or the Iberian System, that can be done at a variety of paces, starting points and it is mainly used for mountain biking. The “Travesía del Sistema Ibérico” is a mountain bike route that crosses the mountains and canyons of the Iberian System from Alcañiz to Burgos. It extends along more than 500 kilometers in southeast-northwest direction between the depression of the Ebro and the central Plateau, through the communities of Valencia, Aragón, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and La Rioja. A list of individual trails can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/travesia-del-sistema-iberico Following this link, you'll find day hike sections of the trail for easy downloading.Show more
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