It's the peak between Piskerra and La Gorra but it's not only a transition to connect both peaks because it's also a nice peak itself and I think that it deserve its own page in summitpost.
The routes of the peaks of this area as Piskerra, Angarillones, La Gorra, Rallón or La Ralla are not very long and you can climb a few of summits in the same day, or even all the summits but the nicest routes of Angarillones and La Gorra are from its South ridges and it's advisable to reach both summits across it.
-From North: from Pamplona take AP-15 in direction to Tudela and take the exit of Arguedas-Valtierra some km before of Tudela.
-From South: go to Navarra in direction to Tudela and follow the AP-15 to the exit of Arguedas-Valtierra.
-In Arguedas you must take the narrow road signalled as “Bardenas Reales” in the road in direction to Tudela. After the headquarters the last part is a forest track to Castildeterra, the beautiful small peak. After that you must follow the track for 5 km to a point near Cabaña de Piskerra or peak Rallon to park.
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Red Tape-The Bardenas is a Natural Park with rules. Normally you can read the signals about it.
-Some of the areas in Bardena Blanca are signalled as Zona Militar. Prohibido el Paso (Military zone, forbidden pass). It’s very advisable to respect the area if you don't want to die for a shot of any airplane. Be careful with it.
-Driving by car: after a recent rain (not very frequent in this desert) it's not advisable to drive across the tracks of Bardenas with a normal car, in this case is advisable the use of 4x4.
CampingCamping is not allowed.
It exist many villages near of Bardenas. The most important city near of Bardenas is Tudela with some hotels, but Pamplona, the main city of Navarra is at 1 hour by car.
Camping Bardenas, Villafranca (Navarra). It's the only one in this area.
wikiloc: BTT from Sádaba
euskal-herria.org (Basque language)