Today we are going to introduce you to one of the best known routes in Cantabria. This is the Nansa River Path, an old pass created by trout and salmon fishermen in the area that runs between the villages of Muñorrodero and Cades. Now, it has become one of the most exciting rides in the region, making the 7 km of trail available (14 km if you do a round trip) one of the most enjoyable experiences.

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During the journey, where the Nansa River is especially relevant, you will find carved stone stairs, wooden footbridges, ropes anchored on rocks, narrow passages and the good vibes of nature that will help you to complete the journey. But you will also enjoy beech forests, woods and meadows, where you will also see cows and horses grazing freely. Here it is possible to do family tourism, since the route is perfect to go with children because of its low level of difficulty.