On the curve of the regional road C-407, next to the Hondo brook, there is a turn to the right, towards Benalmádena, which goes right under the viaduct of the road, at some metres there is a track by the side of some pines, carobs, wild olive trees, etc. which will take us to the Sierra Blanca.
Following the old water conduct which used to supply the town of Benalmádena, and can be distinguished by some small built booths, there is an old track (towards Benalmádena) which will take us the area of Quejigal, a spot with great ecological value.
Although years ago this place was used to graze llamas, with time it has self regenerated and today we can enjoy the abundant and varied flora, as well as the fauna which little by little is appearing. We can see how different species of eagles hunt, how the mountain goats climb the rocky walls, etc.
This spot is among one of the few where you can drink the water all year round.
This itinerary is very long as it can be joined the same as routes 1 and 2 with other tracks. Therefore we will end it next to the Cruz or Guerrero hills, where if you continue, we can take the direction which interests us the most. This course is 8 kilometres long and is comfortable to make. The time used to make the course could be about two and a half hours.