Route from the Aezkoa Valley: Paraísos Erlan SLNA-54C
The Paraísos Erlan route is a tranquil, circular route that starts out at the Irabia reservoir. It takes about an hour to cover the 6 kilometres walking through beech woods, following forest paths and old woodcutters’ trails.To reach the starting point you'll need to cross Orbaitceta, a pretty country village located in Merindad de Sangüesa, and from there follow the signs to the reservoir where the waters of the Irati river collect. The first part of the route runs around the reservoir and then follows a path that will bring you to the green slopes of Mozolotxiki. It's a straightforward, easy route. The second section takes you up a path that'll lead you up to the wooded hill of Ermuñoa, from where there's a perfect panoramic view of the reservoir and a mass of slim beech trees covering an area of 940 metres. Once you're done photographing the views, it's back down to the beginning of the trail.