We started from Brihuega from the María Cristina Park to pedal along the Camino de Ledanca to La Cabañuela. Where we can see the first Lavender fields.
Then we continue to Villaviciosa de Tajuña. And from there to the Corrales de La Fuente, next to the Gas de Yela storage facility. Then go down to the Casas del Peujar. And from here to Cívica. A place known for its many natural springs that flow from the rock forming waterfalls and for its architecture. A set of galleries and stairways forming a village located on a slope of the limestone escarpments above the Tajuña river valley, and at the foot of the CM-2011 road.
Once Cívica had been photographed, we went out to enjoy the Arroyo del Pozón trail until its source and from there to Yela. Beautiful district of La Alcarria with 11 inhabitants registered in 2019.
We leave Yela along the Camino del Molino path, and then go up to Corral de la Gallega and go down again along the Camino de Carramonte. Then we have a climb to Cerro del Roblecillo and we continue along the Camino de los Espetares to plan and take the beautiful and long path of Cerro Los Buitres. What a beautiful thing!
We arrive at Pajares where you can refuel water and recharge for the final section of the stage. That it has its difficulty or that we were choked by having already accumulated a lot of work on our legs. First a steep climb to La Alcarruela and then flat and down the Valhondo path until the Tajuña River pass to climb again to Brihuega. Our starting and ending point of the stage.
Max elevation: 1066 m
Total climbing: 1292 m
Total time: 06:29:55