The route begins in the beautiful village of Casas Nuevas, about 500m above sea level. Vehicles can be left at the entrance of the town to enjoy a quiet walk and continue beyond the recreational area towards the outskirts. Discover and connect with beautiful, cultivated areas of the plains and existing ditches. Learn about the beautiful cultivated areas of the plains and existing bodies of water available to goat and deer. At the house of Cura, the appearance of the track changes from asphalt to a dirt track which takes on all the charm of the exquisite forest. Cross the Rambla de Malvariche, which will later be used on return (although in another section). During the very rainy years, there is usually a permanent flow of water. Then go through the old forest house also known as the Cura. The Cura has been converted into a mountain lodge.
From here the ascent along the Cuesta de la Mina takes us into the pits of the Pichí (Apurchil – see maps) and the Sabina. Physical features of great depressed features, surrounded by mountains, allowed the accumulation of an abundance of sediments from mainly cultivated and dry land, evident from long ago. Some of them are no longer used to support irrigation during the past years. After moving past the Pichí basin, the route is oriented towards the southwest and runs through the foothills of the vast Perona wall. The landscape is breathtaking and as it opens up to the walls of Piedras Blancas, it becomes even more impressive.
At the foot the great cliffs, there are rocks and vegetation that reveal an unusual and disordered appearance. Above them, there are often birds such as large raptors sometimes bothered by some corvids like the red-billed chough. After crossing the Taibilla channel again and using some time to take-in the beautiful hacienda of El Calderero, which leads to the bottom of the Rambla de Malvariche. From here all the PR continues on its course. It is easy to navigate when it is dry, but if there is a stream, proceed along the perimeters to avoid the wet. In any case, its riparian vegetation and large trees which exists on its banks yields a guaranteed and spectacular view.
At the end of this route is the house of Las Oliveras, however the walkway is abandoned for a short time through Casas Nuevas and concludes at the start point.