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  • Point de départ: Cruce de Tenagua
  • Point d’arrivée: PR LP 4
  • Niveau de difficulté: Faible (enfants et troisième âge)
  • Distance totale: 8.1 kms.
  • Dénivelée positive: 620 mt.
  • Dénivelée négative: 80 mt.
  • Durée prévue (aller): 02:14 hrs.
  • Durée prévue (retour): 02:00 hrs.
  • Période Recommendée: All year round.
  • Comment arriver au départ?: There is no road or public transport, the only return is on foot.
  • Recommandations: Habitual precautions common to hiking in general are listed below. At the risk of sounding obvious, here are some of the most important:

    • Check weather forecasts before setting off to hike.
    • Don´t go alone
    • Tell someone your intended destination and expected time of arrival
    • Carry a small rucksack with warm clothing, waterproofs, food and plenty of water.
    • Don´t forget such simple items as: sun hat, protective cream and sun glasses.
    • Carry a mobile phone with fully-charged battery, a map and, if possible, a compass. They will probably never be used but, when required, are of vital importance.
    • Wear suitable gear, especially footwear: trekking boots or similar are essential, trainers or pumps are to be avoided.
  • Autres remarques: This path lends itself to a variety of combinations and circuits. The most common is to ascend as far as the PR LP 4 path, descend to Puntallana and then return to the departure point along the GR 130, in about 5 – 6 hours altogether. Another very interesting option of similar duration consists of reaching the SL PL 20 path, following it southwards to the PR LP 3.1 at the foot of Montaña de Tagoja, descending then to Mirca and returning along the GR 130 path.