The best hiking trails in Spain
Our best Hiking trails
Boñar is pure hiking, all year round!
Enjoying the natural world
The municipality of Boñar has a varied offer of hiking trails with various types of difficulty, sizes and to be enjoyed in groups, with the family or alone.
Check the weather before you go…
Information prepared by the State Meteorological Agency. Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.
LITTLE EFFORT, LOTS OF FUN!
These trails are characterised by a low level of difficulty and are particularly suitable for a walk alone or with the family, without much effort.
A LITTLE MORE EFFORT, KEEP ENJOYING!
The trails are characterised by a moderate level of difficulty and require more preparation and care.
We also have a very special place
The Pardomino Forest
The Pardomino Forest, with a surface area of 2,022 hectares, located on the south-western boundary of the Park, in the municipalities of Boñar and Reyero, given its ecological, scenic and faunistic importance. For this reason it is included in the Red Natura 2000 and has been declared a LIC (Site of Community Importance) and ZEPA (Special Bird Area).
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit this magical place.
Permission must be requested to the Servicio Territorial de Medio Ambiente de León 10 days in advance and sent to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
+34 987 29 60 00
+34 987 29 61 00.
The Camino Olvidado (Forgotten Way) to Santiago de Compostela passes through Boñar
The forgotten trail to Santiago (Camino Olvidado a Santiago) also known as Camino de la Montaña or Camino Viejo is an ancestral route to Santiago de Compostela.
Primitive and wild. Unique and striking. Rescuing from oblivion the old Camino a Santiago that crossed rugged mountains, forests and landscapes shaped by water is gaining more and more hiking enthusiasts and pilgrims. The section starts in Bilbao and crosses Burgos, Cantabria and Palencia before entering and concluding in León.
Almost 700 kilometres of a beautiful trail with dozens of Roman ruins, peaks and plains that produce multiple sensations on the pilgrim. The trail is a Jacobean route that during the Middle Ages was used by pilgrims to protect themselves from Almanzor’s Muslims. As the Reconquest advanced over the Muslim kingdoms, this path became less important in favour of the French path until it was completely forgotten. Today, with a unique landscape, the municipalities through which it passes have decided to relaunch it and, therefore, have signposted and prepared it so that those who wish to follow its trails can do so once again. Puente Almuhey, Cistierna, Boñar, La Robla, Canales-La Magdalena, Riello, Fasgar, Igüeña, Labaniego, Congosto, Cabañas Raras and Villafranca, where it joins the French path, form part of the León sections, which also offer Vegacervera and Buiza as alternatives.
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