We start the route from the micro Oscense town of Revilla. A town in the Tella Valley known as Collados de Escuaín. It is part of the Sobrarbe region of the province of Huesca.
We park in the car park created on the road where the track begins. It is next to the last curve since parking is prohibited in the town.
We start on a simple and practically flat trail. We crossed a metal bridge style footbridge over the Barranco de Consusa. And then we passed under the walls that would collapse us to the town of Escuain but there is no danger and it is not even seen by the existing vegetation.
Under the balma (wall that forms a rock shelter) we find the remains of the Hermitage of S. Lorién of medieval construction, where numerous epigraphic and iconographic inscriptions are found.
We continue along the almost flat path, without any loss, until we reach the Miradores de Angonés, also known as Miradores de Revilla, over the Escuaín gorges.
Then we undo a few meters to take the detour signposted with Revilla and where is the small rise (150 m) of the day towards the La Loresa plateau.
Upstairs. We walk contemplating the surroundings of the Tella Valley and when we go back through another platform bridge over the Barranco de Consusa. We start a small descent that makes us cross the 4 houses of the town of Revilla. And from there to the cars.
It is a very simple route. Familiar and to stretch your legs if the day before you beat yourself up in the area.
Max elevation: 1350 m
Total climbing: 242 m
Total time: 02:08:07