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Rivers basins of Río Vero and Fornocal

The río Vero arises outside the oriental foothills of the Natural reserve of the Scierra de Guara at approximately 1.000 m from height, in the confluence of the canyon of Cereosa and the canyon of Viñaza. This river of 61km of a direction North – South, gets into the Natural reserve of the Sierra and the Canyons of Guara as high as Sarsa de Surta and goes out by Alquézar, by crossing Barbastro on its path until throwing  itself into the river Cinca.

In his its first kilometers, Vero and its tributaries describe some impressive, very representative calcareous canyons of the karstic phenomena of Spain. Fornocal is the last Grand Canyon of the East side and reveals the last calcareous wall of the Sierra of Guara. With 12 km of length, after taking its source in Campo Royo at 1.000 meters in height, it goes down looking different from the other tributaries of the river Vero where it throws itself.

The Río Vero and its tributaries

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Canyon Fornocal, Palomeras del Fornocal and Saratanas

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