We will discover the importance of the historic roads and the extensive livestock activity that has impressed the character of this territory and its people.
We will discover step by step, one of the areas that gathers the largest number of winters in the Polaciones valley.
These routes tell us of childhoods caring for cows and sheep, of children who accompanied their parents to the high pastures to feed livestock, of ways of life linked to the land, who have lived respecting and conserving their environment and resources.
Upon arrival at the hill, at about 1,500m altitude, we discover the historic hill of Sejos where we will visit the Sejos-Cuquillo station, the most important megalithic complex in Cantabria.
From here we feel that the landscape mesmerizes us, before our eyes the extensive beech trees on the slopes of the Sierra del Cordel, Pico Tres Mares, Peña Labra, Picos de Europa ...
Already in the lurch between the Mancomunidades de Campo-Caburérniga and Polaciones, whose division marks the Jincá Stone, an ancient menhir that testifies to the human presence in these places for millennia, we began the descent.
Large erratic blocks deposited here and there tell us about ancient glaciers that descended forming a glacial valley of special beauty, in which the chamois watch from the high rocks the passage of the walkers who continue their descent until they reach Uznayo again.
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The price varies according to the number of people
Children up to 12 years free
Maximum group 12 people
* transfers not included. Please get in touch with us if you want us to quote you the transfers