In this occasion direct us again to Sierra Nevada to do the route of the Mulhacen and go down to Capileira.
The Mulhacen is the highest beak of all the Iberian peninsula and the second of Spain. It has 3478,6 metres on the level of the sea (the highest is the Teide, located in Tenerife that has 3718 metres).
This beak finds inside the Natural Park of Sierra Nevada located in Granada, in the Mountain range Penibética. The origin of his name is a castilianisation ofM ulay Hasan, the antepenultimate king nazarí of Granada that when seeming was buried in these earths.
The route of today has a degree of moderate difficulty and will go through a total of 26,67 kilometres, what will carry us to employ something more than a day and four hours. Thus it is indispensable to be perfectly prepared to be able to camp and carry the sufficient resources and briefcase of first helps to avoid mishaps.
On the other hand it is not to circulate, and it has a minimum altitude of 1.459 metres although we will arrive to go through a maximum altitude of 3.475 metres. Regarding you throw them off balance accumulated will have 977 metres in the rise and 2.122 metres in the descent.
The main hardness that go to find are the strong slopes in some stretches as well as the length of the route. Thus it is important to be prepared so much in luggage as in physical preparation to be able to fulfil our aim and enjoy of the fantastic seen and panoramic incredible that will give us our route of hiking of today.