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Runners at Seven Lakes, betwen Mulhacén and Alcazaba summits II
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In the valley between the peaks Mulhacen and Alcazaba, are distributed Siete Lagunas, a great natural place to spend with the family or runners group away from the torridez summer on the coast. The Sevilla Roadrunners walked through this area for three days, on the full moon of August. In winter, this whole place is covered with snow.

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