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Turieto's Path
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Esta ruta es el camino viejo que unía la población de Torla con las bordas del valle de Ordesa antes de construirse la carretera.

Es un recorrido sencillo y desconocido por muchos, en el que se podrá apreciar el despliegue natural del valle y adentrarnos a los parajes del Parque Nacional. El paseo es tranquilo y asequible para todos los niveles, a pesar de que podemos realizar el itinerario en cualquier época del año, es muy recomendable hacerlo en otoño, para poder disfrutar del magnífico contraste de tonalidades.

Este itinerario está muy marcado, transita por caminos balizados como GR, con marcas rojas y blancas. Asimismo, avanza por el margen derecho del río Arazas y traviesa bosques densos de pino silvestre, abetos y hayas; convirtiéndose así en un camino umbrío y silencioso, donde el único sonido que se escucha es el de la propia naturaleza.

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Tags: senda turieto; turieto; senda; torla; ordesa; nature; outdoors; mountain; montañas; pirineo; monte perdido; mount; path
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