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A total of 24 walkers participating in a tour of the village of Murcia Beniaján

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He was organized by the Department of Sports

A total of 24 walkers participaro last Sunday on a new route organized by the Department of Sports and was directed by Javier Ramírez monitor.

The route started from the hamlet of El Bojal near Beniaján and headed Mirabete peak.

The ascent was made by the church of San Antón towards the costs of The Hawk.

After a few kilometers of ascent by a good firm track held down the path of Collado de la Cruz.

After falling lunch was held at the foot of peak Puntarrón.

Once responses forces continued along a forest track to the houses of Los Garres.

The final part of the ascent was by the way of the house of Mirabete to the top of the same name.

The views were undoubtedly the main attraction of the route, as identified from the peaks almost throughout the Region of Murcia currency.

The following route will take place on Sunday 27 April.

Registrations can be made at the Sports Pavilion "Manolo Ibáńez".

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A total of 24 walkers participating in a tour of the village of Murcia Beniaján, Foto 1
A total of 24 walkers participating in a tour of the village of Murcia Beniaján, Foto 2
A total of 24 walkers participating in a tour of the village of Murcia Beniaján, Foto 3

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