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Barranco de Tinojay, access
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I have just larned that this has rocks with old drawings on them or scratches of images (They have a proper name but I forget what it is) and watched this video



Does anyone know if there is reasonable access to these?
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Does anyone know if there is access to these and could give directions?
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This might help:

https://fuerteventuraenimagenes.com/barr...aviformes/
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(01-12-2019, 01:23 PM)el caballo hambriento Wrote: Does anyone know if there is access to these and could give directions?

According to google maps, the mouth of the barranco is just east of the roundabout which leads upto the 'new' motorway to Corralejo. The barranco winds its way upto Caldereta, assuming this is the correct one.
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Take the FV1 up the hill towards Caldereta, and continue on past the motorway roundabout. Just before you enter the village take the clear track on the left. After you pass the disused quarry the track will take you along the rim of the barranco. The track eventually comes out at the bottom of the road to Guisgey. You will need to climb down into the barranco and up the other side to find carvings, which are very hard to see. However, after much searching we did find a pair of podomorphos on a rock in the bottom of the barranco, and up the other side, on the vertical remains of a building wall, a clear carving of a ship. Well worth the effort in my view.  Good luck
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