Pinares del Rodeno

Pinares del Rodeno, Albarracin: Address, Phone Number, Pinares del Rodeno Reviews: 4.5/5

Pinares del Rodeno
4.5
Nature & Wildlife Areas • Forests
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patrick c
Madrid, Spain48 contributions
Prehistory and all that jazz
Jul. 2019 • Family
A perfect place to walk around talking about cave paintings, hunter gatherers and the terrible impact of the agricultural revolution.
Written July 18, 2019
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TheLegendWiltshire
Albalat dels Tarongers, Spain201 contributions
Excellent place to visit and explore
May 2019
We stopped here after a night in Albarracin, and enjoyed an excellent day. Free parking, and a selection of walks of varying distances. We did the short, circular one with our four year old and there was so much to enjoy. The route markings were slightly confusing, but the path was well laid and easy to follow. Stunning views, cave paintings, masses of rocks and boulders to clamber about on and picnic; it was great. There were plenty of groups there for the bouldering, along with families out for walks, or just large family gatherings for food and fun. Definitely worth the visit!
Written May 16, 2019
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paulrobert
Nottingham, UK4 contributions
Beautiful forest
Mar. 2019 • Couples
Lovely forest and free entry. You can go hiking. There are cave paintings. Also many people practice boulder. There are parking near of this forest for caravans
Written April 11, 2019
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Jane H
6 contributions
Well worth exploring
Aug. 2018 • Family
A beautiful area to walk in, with the added attraction of being able to get close up to the cave paintings. There are gravel paths in a circular route, but there are other paths which can be muddy but which take you to what I think are the better paintings. One mega annoyance for me is the mountain bikers rushing up and down bumpy paths with little regard for the walkers. We saw one little child being run down by a cyclist who couldn't stop in time, so take great care!!!
Written September 11, 2018
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maggim
Montreal, Canada67 contributions
Great place for a walk or picnic
May 2016 • Couples
We went here to see the prehistoric cave paintings. We saw a few and although it is amazing that these things exist at all, the ones we saw were very indistinct and difficult to see, understandable given the fact of their age and the exposure to the elements but if you are expecting clear, dynamic paintings, you may be disappointed. (We didn't visit all the paintings so there may have been more visible ones that we missed) that having been said the landscape is incredible. Pine forest with gigantic boulder like formations throughout, it really has to be seen to be believed. There were a number of groups of boulder climbers (boulderers, I believe they are called) practicing their 'sport' which was very strange but interesting to watch and we took a loop walk which led to a great outlook point over the plains to the east (?) I felt more connected to the prehistory of the place through this bizarre landscape than through the paintings, though it added to the interest of the place to imagine it crawling with prehistoric cave dwellers. The 'park' was well equipped with good paths. There were ramps to all the cave paintings we saw. (seemed surprisingly wheel chair friendly though the paths are fine gravel and not paved they were quite firm underfoot) There was an official area for picnics with bathroom facilities (we didn't use these) and you are free to clamber around the boulders at your own risk.
Written June 21, 2016
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Elena B
Barcelona, Spain44 contributions
Beautiful landscape
May 2016 • Couples
At the recommendation of our host (Pablo from Posada del Adarve) we chose a loop trail that included stops at the prehistoric cave paintings and a nice stop for a picnic lunch. Easy to follow the signs and nicely preserved nature.
Written May 27, 2016
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