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The narrow, steep track winds up through the barranco and as you get higher there are wonderful views looking back.
When you reach the top of the escarpment there are superb views looking down on the coast at La Isleta and Los Escullos.
The Barranco is rich in vegetation because it is quite sheltered and at this height there is more humidity. The park authorities have erected a board describing the natural history here for passing ramblers.