Time: Four hours.
Along the track which leads to Puerto Llano from the Herrerías bridge and makes its way to Pzo Alcón we shall find Cabañas peak on the left and on the right there is a hill some metres below our actual height, which about 1 km. farther is called Nava Alta del Espino.
Northwards there is a gorge called Cañada de las Fuentes, and southwards Cañada de Tiscar gorge and Las Fuentes. Descending through this second gorge there is and old, narrow track which on the left leads to Tiscar.
If we took the other gorge, northwards, we would descend the Cañada de los Tejos until reaching the road that leads to the Cañada de las Tejos until reaching the road that leads to the Cañada de las Fuentes in the source of the river Guadalquivir.
Coming back to our track, Tiscar´s gorge, we shall descend between the Royal hillock and the Cagasebo hillock, both very steep, sorrounding Tiscar town. Thus we shall arrive at a big hill with a track round it on both slopes which lead to Tiscar town. The left slope is shorter and more entertaining. After having walked pasr some houses, we shall arrive at Tiscar.