I won’t go into detail about this 16 km walk, as we took a wrong turning not far from the beginning and ended up walking on the MA 1408 road for much of the time, and later got lost up the Cerro del Pina, not far from the puente medieval north east of Sedella. We met two walkers who had also got lost on the Cerro del Pina, and who had spent two hours looking for the track indicated on their map – the same track that I could not find either. When all four of us met three other walkers who showed us where the track was, it was obvious that the maps were wrong. The maps have the track running south a bit below the top of Cerro del Pina. The track we took ran south from the deserted goat shed, much further down the hill.
It was on this walk that I noticed Lindsey was walking down the steep bits much slower than usual. It was not until the next day that I figured out why, when we were descending Las Hazas on SLA-142 near La Maroma. I’ll reveal all in another post.