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GPS: I have included GPS coordinates for some key points, and I have GPS tracks or GPS routes for the more complex walks. Along with the walk descriptions and sketch maps, they should be sufficient to enable you to find your way. If you use GPS, set it to Grid UTM; Datum WGS84.

WALKS: Here are some walks which you can download free of charge.

Click on the names below or the tabs above to access these walks directly:

* Cazorla to the peak of El Gilillo (1.842 metres) - 18 kms with options, moderate to strenuous.

* Rio Borosa - a linear walk, out and back. 22 kms in total, strenuous, but with shorter and easier options.

If you would like to have access to the whole set of walks for this area, I will be happy to provide them in return for a small contribution to my costs. You will receive a full set of walks for this area with sketch maps, map references and in some cases GPS tracks or routes. Send me an email to enquire. The walks include:

* Three castles - 15 kms moderate.

* El Banderin. 18 kms moderate

* Cazorla to El Chorro and monastery circuit - 12 kms easy.

* Parador, Puerto del Tejo and La Escaleruela waterfall descent- 20 kms, strenuous.

* Ascent of El Gilillo from El Chorro, 12 kms, moderate.

* Ascent of El Gilillo from Nacimento del Guadalquvir, 15 kms, moderate.

* Off-piste walking to Los Palancares in the northern Sierra. Strenuous.

* Ascent of La Mocha and on to Prado Redondo and then Cazorla. 11 kms. Easy.

* Puerto del Tejo to Vadillo Castril and the waterfall of Cerrada de Utrero. 12 kms. Moderate.

* Arroyo Frio to La Iruela. 16 kms. Easy.

* Information about the long distance route GR7, which passes through Cazorla.

* ..... and others.


Above - Cazorla in the snow

Below - Tunnel on the Rio Borosa walk
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