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Sunny Walkers 260120: Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja 1

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Trail stats

Distance
8.71 mi
Elevation gain
2,251 ft
Technical difficulty
Moderate
Elevation loss
2,251 ft
Max elevation
4,801 ft
TrailRank 
60 3.3
Min elevation
2,844 ft
Trail type
Loop
Moving time
3 hours 53 minutes
Time
6 hours one minute
Coordinates
2495
Uploaded
January 29, 2020
Recorded
January 2020
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  •   3.3 1 review

near Genalguacil, Andalucía (España)

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Itinerary description

We start our hike from the car park at the junction between the MA-8301,MA-8302 and the side road that leads to the Pico de Los Reales. We ascend the MA-8302 where we leave the road and start our hike in earnest via the Algarrobo Gorge.
The route consists of ascending the Los Reales Peak (1,452 m.) from the Genalguacil slope through Puerto Pelado and the Colquillo de Junquillo, tracing the western rope of Los Realillos Hill. We link up with the Los Realillos Trail in the Puerto del Boquete de los Palos, to finally find Los Reales. The return is made by the Mirador de Salvador Guerrero and the link road that descends to the car park and our starting point. We are in the Natural Area Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja.
Although of moderate difficulty the views are stunning and well worth the effort and the bonus was we had the remnants of snow which was a first for me whilst hiking in this area.

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Comments  (4)

  • slavyan Jun 6, 2020

    After passing 1/3 of the route we faced a fence which blocked us from continuing the trail. We found a breach in one place, but decided not to use it to avoid any potential problems with the law. Dont know if that fence is there since recently, but I believe it is something to be mentioned in the route descrption.
    P.S. it was so disappointing to turn back because of this.

  • slavyan Jun 7, 2020

    I have followed this trail  verified  View more

    Few times navigation was confusing (recorded gps track seems like has some deviation at some places, also there was almost no waypoints on the route (at least we didn't see them). But the most disappointing part was to face a fence blocking our was after passing 1/3 of the distance. Probably we could cross it, but I dont think the fence was there to let people pass through it.

  • rje.ellis Apr 10, 2022

    We did the hike today and sadly part of the fence was destroyed in the forest fire. The fence is there for the animals and not responsible hikers that close the openings after passing through.

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    Smismans Mar 11, 2023

    Beautiful walk, superb views. Thanks to the sunny walkers.

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