Leaving the campsite we will do it through the road CM-4000. If we do it to the left, in just a couple of minutes we will reach the city centre of Toledo. But if we do it in the opposite direction, following approximately 26 kilometers, we will be able to reach one of the most beautiful natural places of the province: the Barrancas de Burujón.
They were declared in the year 2010 Natural Monument by the Junta of communities of Castilla La Mancha, and also enjoys the classification of protected area for the birds, and place of community interest.
And what makes this place so special? For the continued action for millennia of erosion, which has formed a rugged environment along the Tagus river, which in some places, such as the famous Pico del Cambron, reaches 120 meters high.
On a much smaller scale, but the landscape that forms is very similar to the world-famous Grand Canyon of the Colorado.
To arrive, from Toledo, we will be very attentive, since the entrance is signposted in a way not too visible. And once we get to the turnoff we have the possibility to leave the car in the parking (free) that is in the entrance, or continue along a path that will allow us to approach practically to one of the viewpoints.
Our recommendation is to leave the car at the entrance, because in this way we will enjoy a pleasant walk, and know the place more deeply. In just twenty minutes walk along the ecological path we will reach the ravines themselves, where in a single stroke of sight we can get an idea of the spectacular scenery. From there, a pleasant walk along its entire profile, Pudiéndonos stop at different viewpoints, will be made quite enjoyable.
The difficulty of the route is quite simple, being able to be visited, even, with people with disabilities, since there are zones perfectly enabled for it.
Currently there is not much racking, except for certain holidays and bridges that overcrowds the visit. Overcrowding that is being raised by the corresponding administrations to take measures to avoid the deterioration of the environment. However, to date, there are no restrictions, and the visit is recommended (and free), trying to avoid, yes, festive dates and bridges as we said.