the Pajares mountain top was a few years to find a synonym for fine weather to get out of Asturias almost always involved in the "orbayu" and enter a Lion sunny. So no, we went up the harbor to make a circular journey that will lead to crown the peaks Cellon and the Wall, the first and second in Asturias León. On was a bit odd climatologically speaking, dark and a harbinger of rain, the sun so anything. We left Santa Maria de Arbás down the road that formerly led to mines in the Inés now abandoned, but in all the ways we find abundant remains of this abandonment and though nature struggle to regain what was theirs, have not been achieved. Find a road that branches off to our left and that will lead us in subsequent riots to the border with Asturias in an area known as the Portezuelo (1854), and not let the dividing ridge to reach the regional geodetic marks the 2,029 meters in height Asturian summit Cellon, thence spotted the road up to Pajares and Ubiña Massif. The Pájara front peak, so did descend Campanon to go without any trouble beating the ups and downs that lead us to the top of Leon's Pájara of 2,003 meters. After this tour we must gather strength for fall as we look at the ramshackle trenches left over from the memory of our unfortunate civil war. From there we descend to the peak Llomba and then the path where the pool that collects water from the mine mini Ines and made into the stone to fall back to Santa Maria de Arbás and stop at the beautiful Collegiate late Romanesque style. It's always nice to raise the Puertu Payares and this once again.
Departure: Arbas Santa Maria (Leo)
Place of arrival: Santa Maria de Arbas
Tour: St. M ª de Arbas - Mina La Inés - The Portezuelo - Cellon - Campanon
The Pájara - Pico Llomba - La Piedra - Santa María de Arbas
miles traveled: 11.79 km .
ascent: 847 meters
Height output: 1.1334 meters
Hours: Total: 4:40
Difficulty: Very Easy