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In a few hours, we will begin the journey!

That's why it's important to be prepared! Here are some key points to start a hiking route in the mountains... Don't forget that you'll be walking on dirt and rocky trails at altitudes ranging from 1400 meters to 2200 meters on some routes... That's why it's important to take into account some general recommendations that you will find in the "basic rules" section... 

 

Remember that the emergency number for any situation is 112

 

LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS

before heading out with CapiFox

CapiFox will facilitate the use of the Wikiloc application, through which you will have free informational directions for the return routes we provide. Please note that CapiFox DOES NOT PROVIDE GUIDED SERVICES, and the routes we propose through the Wikiloc application are for informational purposes only. They provide information that can help with the return journey, which you can choose to follow or not. herefore, it is important to prepare and follow general recommendations and safety rules for hiking in the mountains, and for this reason, you will need to sign a document (click here) releasing CapiFox from any liability during the return hiking trip that you will undertake once you have disembarked from the vehicles.

Use of the Wikiloc Application:

1/Download the Wikiloc application by clicking on the following link, which will allow you to access CapiFox's Wikiloc account and download the application: https://fr.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/user.do?id=12789979

Alternatively, you can scan the QR code provided (or click on the QR code), which will take you to CapiFox's Wikiloc account and also amable you to download the application... 

 

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2/ Register in the application with your email or through your Google account or another account.

3/ Choose the CapiFox route that suits you among the different available routes of CapiFox or point your mobile camera at the specific QR code of a route ... and by pressing "follow itinerary," that route will be downloaded to your own Wikiloc account in the "available offline" section... You will have the active route on your mobile phone, even if you don't have internet signal in the mountains because it works with the satellite network, and you will be able to follow it for free when starting the return journey, enjoying all the information provided at each marked point of interest on the route (information in Spanish and English)...

Don't worry, before we set off by car, we will make sure that everyone has downloaded the application and activated the corresponding route on their phones.

Now that you're ready, all that's left is to meet at least 10 minutes before the agreed time for departure.

We will meet next to the church of Capileira (you won't miss us, you'll see the Jeeps!)...

 

Click here, and the meeting point map will open.

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