“Arrieros somos y en el camino nos encontraremos” is a traidtional saying that could be similar to the english "What goes around, comes around". Going back to the Spanish word ‘arrieros’, that in English is mule riders, it represents the men who, during centuries, went from one place to another to trade with goods in trade fairs and markets. It was a hard job because they went along the path with their mules carrying wagons full of goods, no matter how bad the weather was. Nowadays, the same paths and the same lodges where they slept are the perfect excuse to know this missing profession.
Origin: La Chabola
Duration: 4 h. 55 min
Distance: 14,47 km
Gradient: 629 m
DON’T MISS ...
In La Venta La Chabola you can taste the satiating local gastronomy, try one of the exquisite handmade liquors and enjoy the views over the Naviego valley.
DO YOU KNOW THAT…?
If you go into the Sigueiru village, you could see a ‘Hórreo’ (traditional wooden granary) that preserves wooden structures of the XVII and XVIII centuries and a straw roof.