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Great Serranía de Ronda Path (GR 141). Stage 04: Benarrabá - Benaluría

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Trail Type Lineal
Distance 12280 m.
Estimated Time 5 h.
Starting point Calle Sierra Bermeja. Junto al colegio municipal y hotel
Altitude 404 m.
Arrival point Plaza Teniente Viñas
Altitude 680 m.
Net Head in Metres 1616 m.
Cumulative Elevation Gain 884 m.
Cumulative Elevation Loss 732 m.
Roughness of environment 1
Guidance along the Itinerary 2
Route Difficulty 2
Guesthouse 4
Assessment according to MIDE


How to Access
Spots along the trail
Ways to tour
  • Characteristics
    Type of Section Length % of total
    Longitud Total 12280
    Asphalt or Cement Sections of the Path 926 8 %
    Track or Forest Track Sections 5409 44 %
    Footpath Sections 5945 48 %
    Livestock Track Sections 3561 29 %
  • Point of Interest

    Spots along the trail

    From the starting position
    From the starting position
    No. Waypoint Ref. UTM / height Partial Route Distance Partial Route Walking Time
    1 Inicio vereda 30S

    x=36.5508499337586 y=-5.27274769109965

    300 m 10 min.
    2 La escribana 30S

    x=36.5490210245607 y=-5.25848489006353

    2400 m 35 min.
    3 Fin de pasarelas 30S

    x=36.558973646687 y=-5.24213919654926

    2400 m 1hr. 15 min.
    4 Venta San Juan 30S

    x=36.5670577006733 y=-5.24313273276903

    1300 m 30 min.
    5 Pista de monte público 30S

    x=36.5707277621334 y=-5.24830071614383

    700 m 20 min.
    6 Bailadero 30S

    x=36.5889139912038 y=-5.25508723548194

    3000 m 1hr. 30 min.
    7 Fin de la etapa 30S

    x=36.5944991852594 y=-5.26141972867094

    2200 m 40 min.
  • Ways to tour

    On food. Regarding the kind of transport which can be used along different stages of the path, these are divided in those that can be crossed on foot, on a mountain bike, or on a horse. Nevertheless, there is to know that you can walk along the entire stage when this class of routes is indicated, but if you decide to travel on a mountain bike or horse, there is to check that there are no temporary restrictions or town regulations that do not allow their use at some parts of a stage, and then choose alternative way. We also underline that riding a mountain bike on some stages may include travelling by uneven or steep road surface, which requires some or a lot of effort.

    • On foot