18th of September
A journey into the lands of Teruel and a beautiful town of Rubielos de Mora. During this trip we will visit the town and then do a scenic loop to Peñarroya viewpoint.
The PRTE-21 trail is a circular route that runs through the religious legacy of Fuentes de Rubielos, through its two hermitages. These buildings contrast with the old trenches of the Civil War. This curious heritage deserves a pause on this route, as well as in our historical memory. We will start from the western part of the town, at the foot of the cemetery, to take a path that runs between pine forests and old labor fields. Once we arrive at the hermitage of La Magdalena, we will continue along the same path that zizags upwards and towards the east, until we reach the Col de Los Santos.
Rubielos de Mora
Rubielos de Mora is located within the Gúdar-Javalambre Region, specifically it is nestled in a valley on the southern slope of the Gúdar mountain range. The Region is made up of towns with spectacular architectural ensembles, some of them called Historic-Artistic Complex, Asset of Cultural Interest or Most Beautiful Town in Spain, even as the Highest Municipality in Spain (Valdelinares, 1962 meters above sea level). In addition, all these municipalities are surrounded by a great variety of landscapes such as river gorges, quarries, reservoirs and waterfalls, among other natural places.
Photo credit: Catherine Salsbury
Difficulty: medium (11km with 350m elevation gain)
Technical level: medium (single track trails and gravel roads)
Meeting point: Mestalla, entrance on av. Aragón, 9:00 (return to Valencia ~18:00)
Price: 32 euros (28 euros signing up before Friday, 16.09) / 12 euros coming to Rubielos de Mora.
The price includes professional guide, transportation, accident and public liability insurances.
Bring 1.5l of water, lunch, sunscreen, cap and hiking shoes.
Become a member and get 6 euros discount for every day hike.