Any visit to the O Invernadeiro Natural Park requires an administrative permit, which allows daily access to thirty people at most, but there are also five excellent guided routes with excellent didactic opportunities.
Roebucks and deers coming down to the river can be watched. Originally, it was a game preserve, but now it is often visited by school groups looking for contacts with nature.
The best way to approach the Natural Park is from Verín, through the road that leads to Campobecerros. Access is more difficult from Vilariño de Conso, the municipality where the Park is located. But from here we can also walk through other paths. One leads to Chaguazoso, the highest hamlet in Galicia. Then, you can cross the river and, downstream, enjoy the view of a wild waterfall. A different walk will take you to Pradoalbar where a spectacular valley is bathed by the river Cerveira, whose name changes to Conso further on.
If you want to walk around the Central Massif sierras, the road from A Pobra de Trives offers wonderful footpaths. You can climb to the winter sports resort of Manzaneda. From this place, other tracks lead to the granite-shaped structures, or to the summit of A Cabeza Grande, and then to the abandoned hamlet of Prada, on an old glacier.
If, on the contrary, you walk to the municipality of Chandrexa de Queixa through Celeiros, the municipal head town with an ethnographical museum, there is a road that runs around the dam from which several turn-offs start, as well as a nice walk to the recreational area of Santa Cruz along the banks of the river Queixa. From here, you can also reach the "Bidueiral de Montederramo" SCI and have a look at the woody stronghold dominated by perfectly-preserved birches. However, if you want to climb the Serra de San Mamede, we recommend starting onthe other side. From the village of Arnuíde, on the road from Maceda to Xinzo de Limia, a track which starts there will lead you to the hill where blueberry bushes grow. On the other end, on the lands of O Bolo, the typical photo of the Bibei river mountain pass should include the baroque sanctuary of As Ermidas, which hangs from the mountain among slopes filled with vineyards. The mild climate even allowed the monks to have a mill for making olive oil.
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