We set up a weekend we could call magical! We stayed with our friend Miguel to shoot and spend a day for his native Huesca.
We started from the village of Murillo de Gállego, overlooking the Mallos de Riglos, and were inspired to enter the Hoya de Huesca region by repeating the Mallos Kingdom Bike. We leave for the Copro de la Lopera and looking at the Mallos de Murillo in the background, then outline the Barranco de la Buerra and slowly reach the village of Agüero.
We continue on track towards the Casas de Campo Fambre past the Hermitage of Sta. I would take away. We go through the Cerro de S. Darulo and cross the Barrando de Reacuba. Later we arrived at the Mill in Ruins of S. Felices and the Town of San Felices, now uninhabited and which undoubtedly had its height and Real category at the beginning of the XII century, the time of King Pedro I of Aragon and Reina Berta.
By track we continue to climb the Cero Cabezón and then lower it and begin to enter paths that leads to the passage between two huge stone masses as a door to the cave of Al Foraz, just in the Ravine of the Rabosera.
Continue parallel to the ravine and enjoying its views and the views of the Mallos de Agüero to which we arrived at its base before returning to the village of Agüero again.
The return from Agüero to Murillo is done following the GR1, which is largely a path and also passes through the medieval road, still paved.
And what better way to end the day of conversation with Miguel while savoring the good local food.
Max elevation: 1000 m
Total climbing: 1402 m