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1.- General recommendations for hiking



-Searching for information about the trail and the area 

-Processing the necessary documents: crossing permission for private or restricted areas, camping permission, reserve accommodation  

-Searching information about how to get to the beginning of the trail

-Making a detailed study of the map

-Planning the time and schedule of the route in order to complete during daylight hours

-Being aware of the weather conditions. Avoiding extreme heat or cold, mist, rain or snow because they can make it difficult to orientate oneself while hiking

Individual equipment

-Guide book, maps or detailed information about the trail 

-Orientation kit, GPS, compass (optional)

-Trekking footwear (boots or shoes)

-Rucksack or bag

-Cap or hat



-Water bottle ( 2 litres per person, approximately) 



-Warm clothing and spare clothes, if necessary 

-Flashlight (for late evenings or night)

-Basic first aid kit

-Cell-phone. In case of emergency, call 112


We can enhance our physical ability:

-Through training and experience

-By pacing ourselves during the hike (walk at a slow and steady rate) especially at the beginning of the route

-Coordinate breathing rate with walking

-Avoid prolonged stops. Make sure your whole foot can rest solidly on the ground, keep your feet resting perpendicular to the ground and take short but firm steps when climbing 

-The recommended speed is between 3 or 4 kilometres per hour for a flat path, and we need to reduce the speed and increase the effort level for an uphill path

-It is very important to ration your drinks. Drink water or isotonic drinks frequently, approximately, every half and hour

-Proper nutrition, adapted to the physical effort, without excess 


-Do not dispose of litter or garbage on the land. Use the waste collection system

-Do not light a fire. Use ready-to-eat meals.

-Close the doors, fences and gateways that you may find on your way to prevent cattle from wandering out 

-Follow the existing trail, taking shortcuts leads to the deterioration of the route and the original path can be lost 

-Do not disturb the peace and quiet of the countryside by making excessive noise. Try to avoid the use of cars and vehicles on the path

-If you have a dog, walk it with an attached leash to prevent it from bothering the cattle or any other animals 

-We need to take care of our rivers or fountains

-Do not tear out the limbs or leaves of the trees, it can cause damage to the nature

-Do not camp in unauthorized areas