Starting from Biescas, we ascend for about 16 km, first by road and then by track, to the upper part of the Barranco del Puerto valley. At this point we began the descent taking a path that was part of an old horseshoe path now recovered. It is a long path, very technical and quite steep in its initial part, which passes through a shady beech forest. In front of us we can enjoy incredible views of the Asieso Valley and the surroundings of Santa Elena. The trail crosses several times the track we have climbed until we finish on the A-136 road, at the height of the Hermitage of Santa Elena. We cross the road and return to Biescas, alternating climbs and descents with sections of track and trail, passing first by the dolmen of Santa Elena and now near Biescas by the Casita de las Brujas, ending with a trail of endless curves.
START: Biescas. Parking La Conchada.