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Has anyone hiked the "Senda del Oso?"

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Hi! Spending a couple of days in Santillana del Mar to see the caves (well, replicas) etc. and had a full day to spare - thought we'd do some hiking. We are a family of 4 - two teens (17, 18) and two middle-aged relatively fit folks who like to hike. We read about this "Senda del Oso Pardo," (The way of the Brown Bear) in a VERY OLD book about hiking in Spain and wondered if anyone had trekked here lately and could offer any hints, advice or insight about this trail. It looks really cool, crossing through a few little towns, and going through old railroad tunnels and through gorges. Thanks!

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