FROM ARAGOSA TO PELEGRINA.
Distance: 11 km. (7 km from Aragosa to La Cabrera + 4 km from La Cabrera to Pelegrina) Approximate duration: 3-4 hours one-way. Difficulty: low/medium in duration, although it is largely flat ground. Signage: wooden beacons (mostly matches the GR-10, indicated with two parallel red and white stripes) Recommended for bicycles. Suitable for prams in all sections.
This circular tour will let you discover the most abrupt part of the Park, the Pelegrina gorge, with its spires, towers, enchanted cities, stone arches, waterfalls, etc. Distance: 4 km. Approximate duration: 1-2 hours round trip. Difficulty: low/medium, although it’s a flat route with a single notable slope of 70 m of ascent to Pelegrina, and you’ll need to wade across the river. Signage: wooden beacons Suitable for prams up to the Felix hut.
FROM SIGÜENZA TO PELEGRINA FOR THE QUEJIGAR.
This route takes you from the medieval town of Sigüenza to the heart of the Natural Park in Pelegrina. Distance: 11,5 km. in the Park (2 km more from Sigüenza) Approximate duration: 2 hours one-way (one more from Sigüenza) Difficulty: low/medium, for the distance. Signage: Quixote route beacons.
FÉLIX RODRÍGUEZ DE LA FUENTE VIEWPOINT.
Highway GU-118, 6,5 kmfrom Torremocha del Campo - direction Sigüenza, or 9.3 km from Sigüenza - direction Pelegrina.
This 1.5 kmroute starts from the village of La Cabrera and heads downstream on the right of the Dulce River. It’s a calm and instructive walk along the river, accompanied by a series of interpretive elements of the natural environment adapted for the blind. Suitable for prams in all sections.
Located in Mandayona. An exhibition dedicated to the natural resources of the park, its Romanesque history, the activity carried out by Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente in the Park, and hides for the direct observation of griffon vulture nests. Information on routes and itineraries. Tel: 949 305 948