, the route
descends down a gentle slope to continue on further roads and tracks. After 10 kilometres along flat ground, it enters the village-fortress of Ruesta
The route enters Navarre along the Undués trail, a packed earth track that descends and crosses the narrow road of the Bardenas Canal, next to the Arbea farmyard. From there, a wide track takes you among cereal fields and hills dotted with kermes oaks. You can admire the Shrine of Nuestra Señora del Socorro atop a hill close by. To the south, the crowded medieval town of Sos del Rey Católico
is clearly visible.
Under a barren crag, the route leaves the main track to continue along a narrower one on irrigated land. The numerous buildings in assorted styles announce the proximity of Sangüesa, which we enter on a paved road that passes by the Cross of San Lázaro. We cross Sangüesa
and leave over the iron bridge crossing the Aragon river.
How to get there and move around
Tomar la Autovía del Pirineo A-21 hasta Yesa y continuar en Aragón por la carretera N 240 y la A-1601 hasta Ruesta.
Starting point: Artieda (Aragón)
End point: Sangüesa
Path classification: Others
Type of route: Earth, Gravel, Road
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