Caminos de antaño: Cruzando a la otra meseta

“Ya se van los pastores a la Extremadura”. 

Así reza la canción popular que hace referencia a la trashumancia, una de las principales tradiciones históricas españolas a lo largo de los siglos. Emulando a los antiguos pastores trashumantes que cruzaban de una meseta a otra por el Puerto de La Fuenfría, conoceremos  parte de uno de los senderos históricos más significativos del Valle de La Fuenfría.

Más información en el teléfono 91 853 99 78. Los menores de 18 años deben ir acompañados de un adulto.

Event Properties

Event Date Sunday, 02/Jun/2019 a las 10:00 h.
Available place 0
Cut off date Friday, 31/May/2019 a las 12:00 h.
Tipo de actividad Actividad al aire libre
Asistencia Público general
Edad recomendada + 10 años
Duración aproximada 3,5 horas
Distancia 6 km
Dificultad Media
Location Centro de Visitantes Valle de la Fuenfría

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