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Adelefal de Cuadros is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bedmar y Garcíez, Andalusia, Spain that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Length 0.6 mi Elevation gain 59 ft Route type Out & Back


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Bird watching




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The trail starts in the recreation area and takes you across the bridge over the River Cuadros. The oleander bushes and the Aleppo pines at this point form a very original wood. You will come to several picnic tables, and if you look back through the foliage behind you, you will see the tower at Cuadros standing guard over the whole valley. The path now becomes narrower and you can clearly hear the river. Watch as the water flows over and around the bright green watercress, a plant held in very high regard for its taste and richness in minerals. Watercress grows only in clean, crystal clear water. You then come to the first source tributary of the Sistillo, and the end of the trail. If you climb higher you will find a second source tributary, because the stream appears and disappears at different times of the year. The more water flowing at any particular time, the prettier the scenery.

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