I love to think that there are trails that have a different objective than the walk itself and this one is a perfect example.
The river Ebron it’s an interesting case of a river that starts and finishes in the same river. It’s a tributary of the river Turia and in the same river has its mouth.
In its short path, the river Ebron crosses a canyon that was named “Estrechos del Ébron” (the Ébron strait) and it was built here some funny iron infrastructures that allows people to walk in the canyon without wetting their feet.
Exactly, you will be able to walk almost on the water. The maximum height is about 1,5m high.
Funny isn’t it?
To access to the canyon area the trail was equipped with some iron structures that helps you “climbing” some rocks … very easy.
In the way in will find some places where you won’t resist having a bath in crystal clear waters.
Be sure to came here during a hot summer day because is the best time.
The canyon walls will provide the necessary shade and the water will be refreshing.
This is what I call a walk with a hidden agenda 🙂
Location: Tórmon, Spain