Dentro del parque natural de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas, la parte menos conocida y menos explotada es sin duda la Sierra de Segura, que incluye naturalmente al río que da nombre a la misma.
Vegetación frondosa, agua por doquier y parajes de ensueño dan lugar a una formación única que mentes privilegiadas saben reconocer y disfrutar. Esta colección solo trae (de momento) tres aventuras realizadas por aquella zona partiendo desde Río Madera, hasta La Donal en la provincia de Albacete. Desde allí hasta Santiago de la Espada rodeando las aldeas en dirección sur, para cruzar los Campos de Hernán Perea buscando el nacimiento del Río Segura, cuya poza espectacular sirve de puerta natural al desarrollo de esta curiosa masa de agua transparente que alcanza más de 325 kilómetros hasta desembocar en el mar Mediterráneo.
I have shared this experience with my friend and colleague Manuel Dávila (Carica), and they have been three days full of shared enjoyment in such a way that it will not be the last one we do.
We have planned a total of three routes taking the Segura River as a reference. A river that rises in the mountains…
Second route of the three planned, taking the Segura River as its epicenter.
We left from Camping Río Segura (how could it be otherwise), in the Albacete town of La Donal, a very small town on the banks of the same river.
We left around half past eight in the morning with a very pleasant temperature, in…
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This is the third and last of the top routes in the Sierra del Segura.
We have to return to the initial point in "Río Madera" from the village of "La Matea" with 50 kilometers of route with almost 1000 meters of accumulated difference in altitude. In La Matea we stayed in "Escobar" lodgings where we could…
Second day of the route and although the unevenness was less than what was done yesterday, it was not a minor thing.
We left from La Matea, where we had dined, rested and had breakfast to pass through some villages such as Los Atascaderos or Los Teatinos, heading towards the last one called Don Domingo…
This has been without a doubt the most spectacular route I have ever done.
We left Jaén at 7 in the morning, still without daylight and with a cool temperature, towards Siles, with a feeling of anxiety because today we were going to a very virgin area of the mountains where there were hardly any inhabitants…
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