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Stage 7: Sisterna-Zarréu

We are going into ‘cunqueiros’ (Wood artisans) land, in a tour of landscape and legend. It is a land of wolfs, bears and coal, an incredible mix which traces and remains could be seen always with beautiful forests. Sisterna, Trabáu, El Rebol.lal, Degaña and Zarréu are villages where the cunqueiros crossed to go Castilla. Nowadays the hikers can enjoy the landscape of woods, the tradition and the mine. Not a lot of places can join tradition and industry on a perfect way, as this region does.

Coordenadas GPS:Latitud: 42° 5724,4404Norte - Longitud: 6° 3952,5204Oeste
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Origin: Sisterna

Duration: : 5 h. 45 min

Distance: 17,78 km

Difficulty: Low

Ascent gradient: 772 m.

Descent gradient: 734 m

Crossing: free


SISTERNA. Hotel-Restaurante Tixileiro. (Restaurante y Alojamiento) 985818707

TABLAO. Quei Vitorino (Alojamiento. Artesanía y Turismo Activo). 659555077

FONDOS DE VEGA. Casa de Aldea Casa Martín (Alojamiento) .627564841. Casa de Aldea Casa Buela (Alojamiento).985818834

DEGAÑA. La Posada del Gobernador (Restaurante). 985818741

CERREDO. Apartamentos Tía María (Alojamiento). 620564504. Restaurante La Txariega (Restaurante). 985818313

GR 203 `Por donde camina el oso` Etapa 7. Sisterna-Cerredo Descargar el fichero


A walk in Degaña, the capital of the council with the same name. Degaña is divided in two by the AS-15 road. On the lower part of the village, by the river Ibias, there are the neighbourhoods of La Veiga, Entrerríos and El Corral, that preserve some remains oftraditional houses like the Casa Armera del Capellán, of 1781 and the chapel of San Juan. On this neighbourhood  there is the only ‘palloza’ of the council of Degaña, that has the original roof made of rye straw. On the other part of the road, new constructions live with noble houses like the Casa Sebastián. This house has a U shape and has an ‘hórreo’ in the courtyard. The church of Santiago is located on the other side of the village. It was reconstructed after the Civil War.


In the nearby of the Alto del Capillo you can two calechos .And, what is a ‘calechu’? It is a place where wolf hunts took place. It was usual to leave a bate on a trench to catch the prey.

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