PR-G132 Rota dos Montes de San Cibrán
On the Camino de Santiago
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Arquitectura tradicional / Etnografía / Interese paisaxístico
The route starts at the Alto do Confurco, located in the parish of Cans. At the beginning there are several
wooden stairways and boardwalks to help us over some very uneven land, while passing by the stream of
Couso that once fed the seven Mills of Laxe.
From this point, the route winds through vineyards, meadows, cornfields, fountains and villages; an
enjoyable and beautiful mosaic that shows what life is and above all was like in rural Galicia.
Once on the Alto de San Cibrán we come down parallel to the river Caselas towards
the bottom of the valley, where most of the houses and buildings of interest are
located, like public washing places,
windmills and the Peto de ánimas
de O Carballal.
The last stretch of the trail runs
through San Xurxo community
mountains until the end of our
journey in the recreation area of As
Conforcadas. At this point we can
choose between joining GR-58, the
As Greas route, and returning to
the Alto de Cans.
On the A-52 dual carriageway heading towards
Ourense, turn off onto the N-120 towards Cans
shortly after passing O Porriño. A few metres
away, on the Alto do Confurco, there is a post
indicating the beginning of the route.
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cartography I.G.N. (1:25:000)
Cartography: Nº261-II O Porriño y 223-IV Mos.
Point of Departure / Arrival
Alto do Confurco (O Porriño) - UTM:29T X:534669 Y:4669030 | As Conforcadas recreational area (Salceda de Caselas) - UTM:29T X:535031 Y:4663545
Alto do Confurco, A Galomeira waterfall, Couso,
Alto de San Cibrán, A Picoña, Recreational area of As
This granitic mass is one of the most
recognisable natural features in the south of
the province of Pontevedra. In the parish of
San Salvador de Budiño (O Porrino) it reaches a
height of 398m above sea level.
A place of pilgrimage for rock climbers, it is
considered the birthplace of this sport in Galicia.
Its walls are made of a granite that has large
crystals in its plates, known locally as “pythons”
and highly appreciated by lovers of this sport.
Length (Km.): 12,83 | The main route is 10.13 km. and the
diversion 2.70 km..
Galician Mountaineering Association
(see page 146)
Cumulative elevation gain: 414 m.
| Cumulative elevation loss: 389 m.
| Maximum height above sea level: 357 m.
| Minimum height above sea level: 72 m.
Initial pickup date: 01/09/2011 | Last update: 13/12/2013
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