Walking routes from the Hotel Atxurra
Walking routes maps from the Atxurra Hotel
Enjoy the natural surroundings of the Atxurra hotel walking through one of our routes.
3 Simple easy and medium difficulty routes, you choose:
6 km, 1 ½ hours of low difficulty, visiting an ancient Roman settlement.
16 Km, 3 ½ hours of moderate difficulty, reaching the top of Mount Sollube.
24 Km, 5 ½ hours of moderate difficulty, to Gaztelugatze.
Route 1: 6 km, 1 ½ hours of low difficulty, visiting an ancient Roman settlement.
Leaving the Hotel car park, turn left and go down along the BI-4207 asphalt highway for approximately 200 metres. Then turn right and go down a gravel and cement path.
Leave the “Caserío Madariaga” starting out on your left and take the gravel path which you will then walk along for approximately two kilometres.
At the end of the gravel path, continue straight ahead along an asphalted road which will take you to Lurdiea rural country house.
Right before reaching the poultry farm and to the right of the road, you will take a forest trail (the trail always to the right)…
Route 2: 16 Km, 3 ½ hours of moderate difficulty, reaching the top of Mount Sollube.
Leaving the Hotel car park, turn right and go up along the BI-4207 asphalt highway for approximately 2 km to the top of Mount Sollube.
Cross the gate and take the forest trail which is to the left of this gate, which runs parallel to the BI-3123 highway that links the towns of Arrieta and Busturia.
Walk 2 kilometres along that track until you reach a picnic area, where you will take the pebble track leading upwards towards the top of Mount Sollube.
Route 3: 24 Km, 5 ½ hours of moderate difficulty, to Gaztelugatze.
Leaving the hotel car park, turn left and go down along the BI-4207 asphalted highway for 2 kilometres, until you reach the Cannon restaurant. Cross the BI-631 national highway and then take the regional road which leads to Bakio.
At approximately some 200 metres from the intersection, turn right onto a forest track where the gas pipes run through, which will take us to a cement track.
Upon descending from the top of Mount Burgoa, walk towards a concrete constructed guard post which, on its left, makes way to a concrete road that leads to San Pelayo Chapel.