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Nacedero del Urederra

Sierra de Urbasa | Parque natural Urbasa-Andia, Spain
+34 948 55 63 01
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beautiful place

Last summer I went to visit this beautiful place where you can enjoy nature. To be able to visit... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2018
karina30m
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Pamplona, Spain
Simply beautiful!

We were the first ones to go there in the morning, so the crowd wasn't a problem. The nature was... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2017
ulalaa
,
Turku, Finland
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“easy walk” (3 reviews)
“parking lot” (2 reviews)
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Sierra de Urbasa | Parque natural Urbasa-Andia, Spain
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

Last summer I went to visit this beautiful place where you can enjoy nature. To be able to visit this place you have to book tickets through the website, because it has a limit of 450 people. the walk lasts approximately 3 hours round trip,...More

Thank karina30m
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

We were the first ones to go there in the morning, so the crowd wasn't a problem. The nature was amazing: the wonderful colour of water, vultures flying high above the rocky mountain nearby, and even wild boars running in the field! Very easy walk...More

Thank ulalaa
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Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

This is a very easy walk with beautiful spots where the amazing blue water is just unbelievably stunning. I was lucky to visit on a weekday in september and found very few visitors (in fact I felt I was on my own most of the...More

Thank Isabel G
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Reviewed 24 September 2017

We've just returned from a week rock climbing in the area around Lizarra - great climbing everywhere - our last afternoon was spent wandering around Urederra. It's just beginning to turn autumn, so the astonishing blue of the water pools and waterfalls was highlighted by...More

Thank Blueliliac
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Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

I wanted to put clear directions, as this can be tricky to find. Put the town of Baquedano in your GPS, not the name of the hike. This will take you directly to the parking lot you need to be in. I read some people...More

7  Thank Lauren S
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

Such a beautiful place, you don't get to hike and witness water this blue except for this and a few places in Canada or USA. Next to the town of Baquedano which is worth a visit as well. Hike to the lakes is around 1...More

1  Thank HL_Crys
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Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

Really easy 3 hour hike in total including a stop for lunch with stunning views. There were lots of serious hiking types with boots and hiking poles but we were just fine in trainers. There were a couple of puddles we hopped over. Sadly no...More

2  Thank Spinkertron
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Reviewed 6 September 2016

2.7km (one way, another 2.7km to go back) a total of 5.4km surrounded by typical basque country forest, "hayas" trees, oaks, protects you from the sun while you walk the path close to urederra river, urederra literally mean "beautiful water" in Basque language, easy path...More

1  Thank Sergio S
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Reviewed 28 August 2016

Blue, how I want you blue...I'm sure if Lorca had seen these waters, he would have written an ode to the colour blue and not just green...It is a fantastic place, really beautiful and fairytale like...despite the fact that there were a lot of people,...More

1  Thank Mojca J
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Reviewed 18 August 2016

Visited this park with our kids and had a great time. The hike is around 3 hours back and forth and is not that difficult. There were many families with young children and elderly as well. Paths are very well marked. Throughout the trail are...More

1  Thank amirlewko
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I don't know the weather in this area in December. I know that it is usual to snow in Sierra de Urbasa, just to the north side. Nacedero del Urederra faces to the south side and below the peaks of the mountain range, but on... More
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