Tiempo  4 horas 29 minutos

Coordenadas 1011

Fecha de subida 16 de noviembre de 2017

Fecha de realización noviembre 2017

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588 m
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2,9
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11,62 km

Vista 526 veces, descargada 15 veces

cerca de Jubrique, Andalucía (España)

Preciosa ruta por el valle del Genal en la que conocemos 2 hermosos pueblos , Jubrique desde donde salimos , nada mas salir hay una fuerte bajada de 1 km cruzamos un bonito puente de madera y luego paseamos entre castaños y nogales ascendiendo lentamente hasta llegar a
Genalguacil pueblo museo , el cual esta lleno de esculturas realizadas por jovenes artistas que junto a las flores y a su arquitectura lo hacen precioso y digno de visitar .
El Ayuntamiento de Genalguacil pone a disposición de todos aquellos artistas y creadores que puedieran estar interesados las bases y el boletín de inscripción para participar en las ediciónes de los Encuentros de Arte, que se desarrollán generalmente en el municipio entre los días 1 y 15 de agosto , los artistas realizan las obras a cambio de su manutencion y una cantidad fijada por el ayuntamiento la obra realizada queda despues como propiedad del pueblo .
a partir de aqui seguimos un sendero con un desnivel de 400 metros hasta llegar al rio Genal para a continuacion seguir por sus pasarelas disfrutando de la vegetacion de ribera , de las huertas colindantes y de las vistas del rio
hasta llegar a la Venta San Juan
Waypoint

Bosque de orquideas

Waypoint

Fte. Alberquilla

Fte. Alberquilla
Waypoint

Angarilla

angarilla
Waypoint

Iglesia

Waypoint

Inicio Rio

Waypoint

Los duros

Waypoint

Orquídea abeja

Waypoint

GENALGUACIL

PR - 240

4 comentarios

  • Foto de Eddiegib

    Eddiegib 29-nov-2018

    We took 2 cars and left one in San Juan and all drove up to Jubrique to start our walk. This is a beautiful walk if you choose your timing to coincide with the yellowing of the autumn leaves of the abundant walnut and chestnut trees that cover this part of the Genal valley. This is normally late October or early November but be aware because the window of opportunity is just a couple of week before those red and gold leaves become brown and drop. This is also the season for mushrooms in the area. The hike starts off with a descent where you may have to get your boots off to cross a small stream. After that the path climbs for 4-5 km along well demarcated and a clearly visible sendero. Before reaching Genalguacil the land levels. Genalguacil is a quaint artistic village in which the town hall encourages and helps artists to create sculptures, wall art, paintings, carvings for display at every corner of this unique white village. Spend some time here and explore this village and be surprised by the wonderful artworks, well worth the wander and climb up and down the many short hills and steps. On exiting the village about 70 mtrs and just before you get on the path down into the Genal river, there is a venta where you can grab a coffee or decent lunch. The descent into the Genal river can be slippery and in places, well eroded by the heavy rains but nothing too difficult and certainly fine for walkers of all ages from 5 to 75 years of age!
    OK, here is the WARNING! When we reached the river valley the easy and level riverside path to the Venta de San Juan ( well known to me) was, on this occasion (November 2018), cut off completely by the recent flash floods - a section of the path immediately at the start of this level stretch has disappeared with a wooden section of bridge all but gone. We tried in vain to get over this by skirting the land uphill but we were bordered by a private fenced off estate. Sadly we couldn't get thru onto the path and we chose to take a minor mountain road all the way to Venta San Juan instead. The truth is, we could have taken our shoes and pants off and waded the river to get to the metal passarela, then continue along the path but the impression we had was the recent floods had severely damaged and deposited huge amount of silt and dead wood, sufficient to have probably destroyed more sections of the path further upriver toward San Juan. All in all, this is a wonderful scenic trek but if you cannot walk along the final parts along the river,(I,e if it is not repaired yet) you should really choose another route. Thank you author for the information and for posting this route.

  • Foto de Eddiegib

    Eddiegib 29-nov-2018

    We took 2 cars and left one in San Juan and all drove up to Jubrique to start our walk. This is a beautiful walk if you choose your timing to coincide with the yellowing of the autumn leaves of the abundant walnut and chestnut trees that cover this part of the Genal valley. This is normally late October or early November but be aware because the window of opportunity is just a couple of week before those red and gold leaves become brown and drop. This is also the season for mushrooms in the area. The hike starts off with a descent where you may have to get your boots off to cross a small stream. After that the path climbs for 4-5 km along well demarcated and a clearly visible sendero. Before reaching Genalguacil the land levels. Genalguacil is a quaint artistic village in which the town hall encourages and helps artists to create sculptures, wall art, paintings, carvings for display at every corner of this unique white village. Spend some time here and explore this village and be surprised by the wonderful artworks, well worth the wander and climb up and down the many short hills and steps. On exiting the village about 70 mtrs and just before you get on the path down into the Genal river, there is a venta where you can grab a coffee or decent lunch. The descent into the Genal river can be slippery and in places, well eroded by the heavy rains but nothing too difficult and certainly fine for walkers of all ages from 5 to 75 years of age!
    OK, here is the WARNING! When we reached the river valley the easy and level riverside path to the Venta de San Juan ( well known to me) was, on this occasion (November 2018), cut off completely by the recent flash floods - a section of the path immediately at the start of this level stretch has disappeared with a wooden section of bridge all but gone. We tried in vain to get over this by skirting the land uphill but we were bordered by a private fenced off estate. Sadly we couldn't get thru onto the path and we chose to take a minor mountain road all the way to Venta San Juan instead. The truth is, we could have taken our shoes and pants off and waded the river to get to the metal passarela, then continue along the path but the impression we had was the recent floods had severely damaged and deposited huge amount of silt and dead wood, sufficient to have probably destroyed more sections of the path further upriver toward San Juan. All in all, this is a wonderful scenic trek but if you cannot walk along the final parts along the river,(I,e if it is not repaired yet) you should really choose another route. Thank you author for the information and for posting this route.

  • Foto de Eddiegib

    Eddiegib 29-nov-2018

    He realizado esta ruta  verificado  ver detalle

    We took 2 cars and left one in San Juan and all drove up to Jubrique to start our walk. This is a beautiful walk if you choose your timing to coincide with the yellowing of the autumn leaves of the abundant walnut and chestnut trees that cover this part of the Genal valley. This is normally late October or early November but be aware because the window of opportunity is just a couple of week before those red and gold leaves become brown and drop. This is also the season for mushrooms in the area. The hike starts off with a descent where you may have to get your boots off to cross a small stream. After that the path climbs for 4-5 km along well demarcated and a clearly visible sendero. Before reaching Genalguacil the land levels. Genalguacil is a quaint artistic village in which the town hall encourages and helps artists to create sculptures, wall art, paintings, carvings for display at every corner of this unique white village. Spend some time here and explore this village and be surprised by the wonderful artworks, well worth the wander and climb up and down the many short hills and steps. On exiting the village about 70 mtrs and just before you get on the path down into the Genal river, there is a venta where you can grab a coffee or decent lunch. The descent into the Genal river can be slippery and in places, well eroded by the heavy rains but nothing too difficult and certainly fine for walkers of all ages from 5 to 75 years of age!
    OK, here is the WARNING! When we reached the river valley the easy and level riverside path to the Venta de San Juan ( well known to me) was, on this occasion (November 2018), cut off completely by the recent flash floods - a section of the path immediately at the start of this level stretch has disappeared with a wooden section of bridge all but gone. We tried in vain to get over this by skirting the land uphill but we were bordered by a private fenced off estate. Sadly we couldn't get thru onto the path and we chose to take a minor mountain road all the way to Venta San Juan instead. The truth is, we could have taken our shoes and pants off and waded the river to get to the metal passarela, then continue along the path but the impression we had was the recent floods had severely damaged and deposited huge amount of silt and dead wood, sufficient to have probably destroyed more sections of the path further upriver toward San Juan. All in all, this is a wonderful scenic trek but if you cannot walk along the final parts along the river,(I,e if it is not repaired yet) you should really choose another route. Thank you author for the information and for posting this route.

  • lagartiho 18-ene-2019

    Alguien sabe si este camino sigue cortado?

    Gracias!

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