There are several companies that organize outdoor activities.
These are some of the activities:
• Tandem flying
• Horse riding
• 4x4 Trips
There are 20 marked hiking trails inside the Natural Area Network. Some of the most recommended for exploring the area are:
- Río Borosa. Starting near the Borosa River Visitors’ Centre and running parallel to the river through a rugged landscape to the Cerrada de Elías, a narrow gorge which the Borosa runs through. Length 9 kms. Duration 2-3 hours.
- Cerrada de Utrero. The road runs parallel to the Guadalquivir River to reach the Cola de Caballo waterfall or Linarejos. 1.5 kms long. Duration 2 hours.
- Torre del Vinagre Visitor Center:
This centre is on the road between the towns of Cazorla and Hornos de Segura. The centre is located next to one of the most representative areas of the park. Visitors can explore the various environments that shape the landscape of the natural park: the rocks, water, forests and wildlife. There is also a exhibition of game species.
Location: Cazorla to El Tranco road, km 48.8.
Opening period: All year. Closed Mondays. Disabled access.
- Torre del Vinagre Botanic Garden: Includes a wide sample of the Natural Park's rich flora, including endemic and threatened species. Also represented, are many plants of other areas of Andalucía.
Location: Ctra De Cazorla to El Tranco km, 48'8.
Opening period: All year. Disabled access.
- Borosa River Visitor Centre. Next to Borosa River, the basin of which is one of the most attractive places in the park, is crossed by a path that completes the visit. In the centre’s theme rooms the importance of water as a modeling agent of the landscape and the river ecosystems in the park is displayed.
Location: Ctra. De Cazorla to El Trance, km 48. Take a detour to Colina Mariángela and the River Borosa.