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Mount Moncayo

Head of the province of Soria and the entire Iberian System.

 

Although in the Castilian region, it doesn’t carry the surname “Natural Park”, we could not ignore this impressive mountain that watches over Soria towards Aragon where it is included in the Network of Natural Spaces.

 

This colossal rock that Hercules placed on top of the lair of Cacus, the ox burglar, is shared by both provinces surrounded by wheat plains and the Ebro depression. While the Aragonese part offers many access roads, the Sorian region provides a path that goes up from Ágreda to Vozmediano where the Queiles River surfaces relentlessly from the earth between pine, oak and beech forests that expand 2,300 metres up to the San Miguel Peak.

 

This impressive mountain was a sacred symbol for the Celtiberians and the Roman mythological cradle. Water runs within this mountain creating galleries and underground rivers, searching for the surface to water the surrounding land of Soria and Aragon, leading to Albarracín and the Ebro River, and on sunny days, if you look at the horizon, you’ll be able to see the Pyrenees lurking in the background.

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Diputación de Soria (Desarrollo Económico y Turismo)

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