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Great Malaga Path (GR 249). Alternative Route 6. Stage 1. Ronda (La Indiana) - Montejaque
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Trail Type Lineal
Location type Sierras Interiores
Distance 4700 m.
Estimated Time 1:30 h.
Starting point La Indiana (paso a nivel)
Altitude 430 m.
Arrival point Montejaque (N)
Altitude 670 m.
Net Head in Metres 390 m.
Cumulative Elevation Gain 295 m.
Cumulative Elevation Loss 95 m.

Green - Very easy

Roughness of environment 1
Guidance along the Itinerary 1
Route Difficulty 2
Guesthouse 2
Assessment according to MIDE
Sistema SIDIF


How to Access
Spots along the trail
Ways to tour
  • Characteristics
    Type of Section Length % of total
    Longitud Total 4700
    Asphalt or Cement Sections of the Path 1200 26 %
    Track or Forest Track Sections 2300 49 %
    Footpath Sections 1200 26 %
  • Point of Interest

    Spots along the trail

    From the starting position
    From the starting position
    No. Waypoint Ref. UTM / height Partial Route Distance
    1 Inicio de Variante 249.6 Etapa 1 30S

    x=36.7529842484899 y=-5.20853967507043 z=470

    0,0 km
    2 Cortijo Grande 30S

    x=36.7520414929805 y=-5.21803290465755 z=550

    0,9 km
    3 La Estacá 30S

    x=36.7441408749511 y=-5.22844459620372 z=615

    2,4 km
    4 Capilla del Milagro 30S

    x=36.7409991063435 y=-5.23736864443187 z=745

    3,4 km
    5 Ermita de la Escarihuela 30S

    x=36.7394840919286 y=-5.24124410036152 z=740

    3,8 km
    6 Montejaque. Variante 249.6 Etapa 1 30S

    x=36.7393070445604 y=-5.24823794340469 z=670

    4,7 km
  • Ways to tour

    Referring to the form of transit in the different stages, we remember that these are divided into three categories (on foot, by off-road bike or mountain bike and on horseback). However, when we indicate that it can be done on foot, we always refer to 100% of the stage; while, in the case of mountain biking and on horseback, it will depend on temporary restrictions and municipal regulations, so we will have to choose parallel or alternative routes that allow us to transit. We also remember that the use of mountain biking, depending on the stage or trail, can take place by routes on irregular pavements and with high slopes, so they can involve some or a lot of technical difficulty.

    • On foot


  • Cartography

    Topographic maps of the Cartographic Institute of Andalusia ICA (1:10,000): 1022-43, 1022-44, 1037-41
    Projection and Datum used: UTM / WGS84 converted to ETRS89

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Environmental Information

Natural Environment
  • Natural Environment

    In Campillos we find the Natural Reserve of the Lagunas de Campillos, included in the Ramsar convention of wetlands of international importance. Also noteworthy is the area of the Guadalhorcel-Guadalteba reservoirs, an area of pine forest of repopulation declared a Natural Site. At the geological level, the Peñarrubia fault stands out, close to the disappeared town of the same name and the Guadalteba reservoir.

    In Teba, the tail of the Guadalteba reservoir known as La Puente is especially interesting. A natural space that also serves as a stage for celebrations such as pilgrimage. At a geological level, especially interesting are the Tagus of the Mill, a gorge excavated in the rock by the La Venta River before its mouth in the Guadalteba, and the Cave of the Doves, which is also of high archaeological interest.