In collaboration with Ibai Fradejas
This time, we are located between the port of Peña Angulo and the port of Orduña, northeast of Álava in the Basque Country. Here is Sierra Salvada, a plateau of more than 100 km2 full of gravel tracks.
Given the little human intervention in this area and the enormous difference between the Mediterranean and Atlantic climates, a layer of beech forests and grasslands has formed throughout the place, as well as a 600m high and 27km long length limestone wall, creating an odyssey worth traveling. It has valleys and peaks that reach more than a thousand meters.