A route where the most exuberant nature shares space with coal mines since the early twentieth century.
Narrow valleys between oak and beech forests. You will want to visit it!!
We begin the descent to the valley of the river Ibias to reach the capital of the council, San Antolín.
The road runs parallel to the Ibias river to reach one of the most emblematic villages of Ibias. It is suitable for hikers and mountain biking.
From land of cunqueiros to land of miners. That could be the name of this stage, which unites two ways of life and two councils (Ibias-Degaña)
Open your eyes! You have the opportunity to discover the territories of Piñolo Count, our ‘mountain-climbing cows’ and the mountains where they stand, protected by modest chapels. This is a generous track that finishes getting you closer to the Romans gold mines.
The best views of the Cantabrian mountain range, from El Aramo and Las Ubiñas to Torre Orniz and the Sierra de Tineo.
The key points of this stage are the Acebo Sanctuary and the Monastery of Corias. Spirituality, heritage and wine.
A walk through meadows, streams and views of emblematic peaks such as El Cornón or Cuetu d'Arbas.
Beautiful stage to discover the ethnographic and traditional architecture of Ibias. You will return to the past!!
Walking through the peaks you will discover the valleys of "El Cotu" and "Las Montañas".