Senderismo por el Cañón del río Mao

Se parte desde el pueblo de Forcas. El camino sigue en gran parte un antiguo canal de agua que abastecía una minicentral eléctrica (hoy en desuso). Hay un desvío a un puente románo. Este es tu camino si quieres perderte del todo, no hay pueblos, ni tiendas, ni nada de nada: sólo tú y la naturaleza. La única pega es que es de ida y vuelta y por ello se hace bastante largo (de 4-6 horas según tu ritmo y si te puedes reprimir a sacar fotos a cada paso y disfrutar de las vistas). Muy importante: ir bien provisto de agua y comida. Es apto para realizarlo durante todo el año. En primavera la flora silvestre es otro aliciente a mayores.

Ver más fotos y mapa del camino en nuestro perfil de Wikiloc.

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About acasadaeira

A midsummer dream This is probably the best way to describe how A Casa da Eira saw the light. It just happened that once again we were combing the villages of the Riberira Sacra area when suddenly we found the house which, in the future, would be our bed&breakfast. Or should we better say the house found us. Immediately we were captivated by its long chestnut-wood balcony, its sand-coloured granite stone walls and the situation of the village at the upper part of the River Sil Canyon. It only took us one night to decide that this would be the place where we wanted to start our new life project. And it has been since 2001 that we have been sharing it with all our visitors.
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