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Las Ninas Reservoir to Cruz de la Huesta Loop

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Reserva Natural Integral de Inagua

Las Ninas Reservoir to Cruz de la Huesta Loop is a 7 mile loop trail located near Tejeda, Gran Canaria, Spain that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length 7.0 mi Elevation gain 1,414 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Bird watching Lake Partially paved Views Wild flowers Wildlife
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Esta bonita ruta pasa en algún tramo por carretera, pero es una zona tranquila y merece la pena para poder visitar las presas de Las Ninas y de La Data.

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Photos (33)
Recordings (5)
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Laura Thieme
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HikingGreat!
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Ben van Unen
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Hiking

Trail is only two stars because 2/3 of the loop is over dirt roads and tarmac. Some nice views and the road from Mogan to the starting point witch was spectacular btw. Good parking place on starting point.

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chrys chap
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Hiking

randonnee très sympa dommage qu'une partie se fasse sur la route tres belles vues

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Kay Twine
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Hiking

We loved this walk. If you do it in the direction described (clockwise), the ascent is very gradual, taking around 1.5 hours, and you’ll be rewarded with some spectacular views. The descent is down a beautiful track through the forest, which is quite open and bright. If you are less sure of your footing, is might be easier to do the trail in the other direction, with a steeper ascent and gradual walk down.

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Stephen Milburn
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Nice mix of road, track and trail. Great views.

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Andrea Rinaldi
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Hiking
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Martin Weir
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