Riópar Travel Guide

  • Riópar
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    Map of the zone (taken from "A pata").
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    Entrance to the scene
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    by DPando Written Aug 30, 2005

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    15 walking to get the waterfall and the rocky "pot"..surrounded by lusj vegetation and all green like the pyrinees mountains..
    its just a day trip 2, 3 hours as max no more to behold this grand natural marvel
    Then i suggest to go to have lunch to Riópar where at the end of the avenue surrounded by leafy trees you could see a great restaurant with delicous plats and typical "manchega" cuisine

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    by DPando Written Aug 30, 2005

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    Stunning soil and slope track rides to the top where you can touch the pouring water falling down from the highest point ....the floor is quite slippery but it worth while the feeling ..
    All the sloped path is protected by a wooden fence so its not harm
    For the most adventorous people you can climb higher from that point where the water falls and you could get a better impression of the valley and better sight indeed

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    by DPando Written Aug 30, 2005

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    This Natural Oval over 100 meters high is full of waterfalls running down ... this water spurts from the top of the cliff
    in fact there is a inner caves and galleries (15kms long and 4kms wide) where the pouring rain and snow put on and then it filter by the cracks of the walls and become a waterfall and some small lakes where you can plunge indeed

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