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Active Tourism

Casa del Ocejón is in a perfect location for those looking for active tourism and sport activities. 



  • Trek to Pico Ocejón
    The trail starts right next to Casa del Ocejón
    Distance: 9 miles. Time: 6 hrs. Difficulty: medium. 
    Check at Casa del Ocejón for updated weather and trail conditions. 


  • Half Marathon of Ocejón
    At Casa del Ocejón we encourage our runner guests to register for the Half Marathon of Ocejón, a mountain run which takes place on the first Saturday in July. Runners from all over Spain join in for this spectacular event and enjoy its wonderful friendly atmosphere. More info at


  • Kayaking in the Vado reservoir
    During the summer our guests can rent kayaks, canoes and paddle surf boards at the pier in the Vado reservoir. More info at


  • Beech park of Tejera Negra
    This is Europe’s southernmost beech park. Located between the rivers Lillas and Zarzas, the park boasts a unique microclimate environment. Autumn is the best season to visit the beech park and walk the two clearly-signed circle paths: Senda de Carretas and Senda del Robledal. Parking space reservations must be made all year round at


  • The Black Village Route
    The route along the villages representative of the Spanish Black Architecture is surely one of the best trips our guests can make in Castilla La Mancha. You can drive your car or ride your bicycle from one village to another, where you’ll see the local architecture made of dark stone and slate slabs which combine in a uniform chromatic environment of genuine appeal. More info at Hayedo Tejera Negra website


  • Hiking and Mountain Bike
    Casa del Ocejón is the starting point for many of the mountain bike and hiking trails described in the Guía de Senderos Señalizados GR60 published by the Diputación Provincial de Guadalajara:


  • GR60- Stage 1 - Majaelrayo - Valverde de los Arroyos

  • GR60- Stage 5 - Majaelrayo - Campillo de Ranas

  • SL-GU 03 - El Molino de Majaelrayo

  • CM1 - Ocejón por Majaelrayo​​


Check out our comprehensive bibliography, maps, detailed trip guide, and contacts for local guides and agencies.

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