Cortegana – La Nava – PR-A 3 Trail

Cortegana – La Nava – PR-A 3 Trail
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The Cortegana – La Nava – PR-A 3 Trail starts at the end of the street called Calle Pino, in the neighbourhood of Eritas de Cortegana. Just before the end of the street, take a track that comes from the right and runs alongside a hill to our right.

A little further on, we come to a junction where we turn left and we will see two path information panels, installed by EGMASA, telling us the path starts here and showing the part of this route ending at La Posada de Cortegana, an old muleteers inn that has been restored.

We continue along the path and, in about one kilometre, we find the Vereda de Aroche a La Nava cattle track, which we take downhill to the right. The path continues down with the ravine on our left, which we cross and continue down to a stream called Arroyo Carabaña. A few metres further on we come to the grounds of La Posada de Cortegana, which we cross.

From here on, the track is paved. We follow the path and cross the stream over the bridge and, some five hundred metres further on, we reach a junction where take the track facing us. We carry on to where the stream called Arroyo Carabaña flows into the River Caliente, we cross it and continue towards the railway line. After crossing it we leave La Cadena farmhouse on our right. We continue up until we reach La Nava.

Type of Trail: Linear Trail Status: Approved and Signposted 1994. Total Length: 10 Km (one way) Sections: 1 Accessibility: Suitable for walking, horseback and mountain bike. Download Brochure Maps: I.G.N. Scale 1:50.000. Maps: 916 and 917.

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Cortegana – La Nava – PR-A 3 Trail - 1
Difficulty Medium - Low
  • Length: 10.0km
  • Cycling percentage: 100.0%
A Cortegana
B Cortegana Castle
C Hotel La Posada de Cortegana
D Nava, La
Cortegana – La Nava – PR-A 3 Trail
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