The Nacimiento del Urederra forms a colossal amphitheater at the foot of the great limestone wall formed by the Urbasa, descending towards Amescoas through breathtaking turquoise waterfalls.
The Urederra river that emerges from the bowels of Urbasa absorbs deep water that sweeps from the great Karst de la Sierra.
The environment classified as a Natural Reserve, is a beautiful and ecological landscape, with a small population of otters and European mink, not to mention the numerous water birds that make the ponds their private pools, among which kingfishers and Dippers.
From the back of the Baquedano church begins a road that passes right in front of a restaurant. This track leads to incredible sightseeings such as the numerous ponds that are aligned to the sides of the track as well as the emerald blue color that these showcase.
The forest is very dense, home to many species, especially birds who sing lovely melodies as you walk the different paths alongside the river.