A circular route that starts at Iratxeta and, as we gain altitude, will show us the different landscapes of Valdorba: bocage areas (agricultural land made up of small irregular plots), gall oak groves and pine forests to mountain pastures. Five points of interest are signposted along the route. The first requires a pause at the Borda de Las Vacas to discover the work and use of the territory in the past. Next, a stop at the high point of the same name, which gives us a great panoramic view. The third milestone is the Fuente de la Teja (untreated water), a place to rest and contemplate art inspired by nature. We will visit the Borda de Mariano, a curious example of popular architecture of which there are few examples left, to finally reach the top of Irumuga (1,010 m), a balcony over the valley that will flood us with sensations.