The route starts
at the entrance to the village of A Ermida, next to the children's area. The
rustic chapel of San Xoán is of note in this small rural village.
ascends through A Ferrería, the usual route for tourists who want to reach the
famous Pozo Bastón. In this section, a large part of the route runs along and
repeatedly crosses the Rego do Campo Treito. Just over a kilometre upstream
from A Ferrería is the turn to Pozo Bastón, a natural pool with beautiful
waterfalls, located just 350 metres from the route.
reaches Campelo, where the steep climb to Monte da Muralla begins. The route
does not go up to the summit, but it is worth taking the detour there to enjoy
the views of the Arousa and Muros e Noia estuaries. The route returns to
Campelo and the descent ends at A Ermida.
It is highly
recommended that you also visit the nearby O Araño granary, which is the
longest in Galicia.