CO-6. Los Ángeles trekking path



  • Signposted and equipped as a local hiking path of botanical interest
  • Binoculars. Telescope recommendable
  • Mediterranean scrub
  • Artificial wetland (reservoir)
  • Rocks and crags
  • Early spring (mid February to May). Also worth a look in winter
  • The best idea is to start fi rst thing in the morning
Few other areas blend so much ecological and mystical interest as the strait through which the River Bembézar flows out of the sierra. Up high hangs the enigmatic Seminario de los Ángeles, ensconced amidst rugged hillsides of Mediterranean scrub, waterfalls, springs, travertine caves and overhangs, primitive terraces and the lingering echoes of ancient plainsong, as well as a rich community of flora and fauna like Black Stork, Bonelli’s Eagle, Griffon Vulture, Blue Rock Thrush, Pallid Swift, White-Rumped Swift and huge examples of Carob and European Nettle Trees. More information in the book Birding and Nature Trails in Sierra Morena Cordobesa.
 

Text and images: Rafael Romero Porrino


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