Colossal mountains and dizzying chasms
Along the lonely, winding, and narrow road that runs through the scenic Cantabrian Cordillera, there is a magnificent landscape of colossal mountains, dizzying chasms, and ghostly mist that so often envelopes these high places. This is the entrance to the idyllic Pas Valley.
Fed by the Pas, Miera, and Pisueña Rivers, this Cantabrian region is a wonderful natural gift born of the rough green mountains. It's a small world of endless meadows and solitary huts inhabited only by shepherds, cattle herders, and nomadic villages that have managed to hold on to their ancestral roots and customs.