The Trail to Cerro del Águila is an easy and beautiful path that starts from the bridge of Madroñalejo and takes us, passing by an old abandoned shepherd’s hut to the Cerro del Águila, from where we will have spectacular views of the Sierra, the Reservoir of the Agrio and the town of Aznalcóllar. Under the Cerro we will see the Forest Defense Center of Madroñalejo, where it was shot the documentary film “Life in Flames” (2015). Watch the trailer.
Trail to Cerro del Águila: path marked with white and green marks.
Length: 800 meters (including round trip on the same path).
Estimated time: 30 minutes (including round trip).
Difference of height: 60 meters; Minimum altitude: 112 meters; Maximum altitude: 171 meters.
Starting point: parking of the “Puente del Madroñalejo” over the Agrio reservoir, in Aznalcóllar (Sevilla). Click on the link to get there with your smartphone. Click here
Abandoned shepherd’s cottage. Click here
Ending point: Summit-Viewpoint. Click here
What we recommend to bring?
Comfortable long pants for climbing.
Clothes for heat (in summer up to 35 ºC).
SPF30 sunscreen, cap and sunglasses.
Light backpack (about 30 liters).
1.5 liters bottle of water per person.