The trail goes in a southern direction along the mountain massif, past the cemetery then through grain cultivation areas towards Tacha Blanca. Once you reach the spring, you will find a shady spot covered with giant reeds and shaded by large trees.
Caldera de Gayría is a volcanic cone spanning 240.90 hectares in two municipalities: Antigua and Tuineje. This was the source of the lava that created the Malpaís Chico badlands that cover a section of the plains. This area has been declared a Natural Monument. This is one of the most recent volcanic formations on the island. It also hosts a nesting area of the Egyptian vulture, an endangered scavenging bird species.