Help keep our trails and parks open during COVID-19 by committing to social distancing. Some trails or park services may be closed this weekend so check with local authorities before heading out.
Learn more

Valle de Nocito is a 7.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sabiñánigo, Aragon, Spain that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length 7.6 mi Elevation gain 1,250 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Walking Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Wildlife Rocky
Waypoints (0)

The day begins in a parking lot that is at the crossroads that on one side would lead to the Fenales and Guara and on the other to the town of Used. Used is a town that was uninhabited but is recovering population due to its proximity to the road. It is 1150 meters high perched on a hillside. It emphasizes, in its highest part, the parochial one that conserves some Romanesque vestiges. A few large houses are still standing; another in the process of rehabilitation or reconstruction. From Valero's house, we head north, the road we must follow. After a descent, we cross a ravine and take a path that is in front of the direction we are taking. The road has no signposts but it is perfectly marked in the doubtful places making the walk very comfortable and safe. The path alternates between sections of the old road to Azpe with areas of new layout but always by places full of greenery despite the proximity of autumn. You'll eventually reach the Azpe Mill. From here, resume on the road to Valle de Nocito to get to Bentué de Nocito. From the upper part of this town there is a path -parallel to the road- that returns us to Used.

UV Index
Reviews (0)
Photos (37)
Recordings (1)
Completed (0)

No one has reviewed this trail yet. Be the first!