Active routes

Healthy trails

Routes data


Distance: 5,5 km  

Slope: 83 m. 

Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Starting point: Municipal sports centre


Distance: 6,5 km  

Slope: 185 m. 

Duration: 2 hours and 20 minutes

Starting point: Municipal sports centre


Centro de Interpretación Miaccum

These roads are a chance to get to know the vast natural wealth of the municipality bordering the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park, and to enjoy the calm of solitary landscapes, and the views from extraordinary viewing points in the peaks and foothills.

Undoubtedly a good way to improve your health, practice sport and keep in touch with nature in Collado Mediano.


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The Miaccum route runs along comfortable tracks through the oak and ash meadow in the municipality of Collado Mediano. This landscape of unquestionable beauty harmoniously preserves humanized landscapes with important historical and cultural resources that today constitute a record of the modes of occupation and use of the lands at the foot of the mountain over centuries.

The route goes past the visitor centre and the Roman site of Miaccum, specifically located in the area known as El Beneficio. The archaeological complex was an old Roman inn with several well-differentiated rooms that can be visited with a guide by request at the Town Hall. From the archaeological site, the route returns to the town centre, through the municipal meadows and the Ramiro fountain.


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The Jaralón route runs along the southern slope of the Sierra del Castillo through the Jaralón and Cerro del Castillo mountains along trails, paths and forest tracks. The route goes along paths up the Arroyo de Pozas valley to the summit of the Jaralón, an important viewing point with beautiful views over the municipality of Collado Mediano. From there, you reach the pass of Roblepollo, where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Sierra de Guadarrama towards the north slope.

The route now runs along comfortable tracks, then descends to the town centre, passing through the surroundings of the Cobañera natural monument, a granite monolith featured on the town’s coat of arms.