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You can take Sol y Nieve from Diagonal Cauchiles and then fall into Maribel.
At the end of Diagonal Cauchiles the penultimate variant is Sol y Nieve, which is just next to the wooden fence.
As you start going down it is quite flat and then steep, you will find to the right the Sol y Sombra and Ventisquero de Cauchiles which get you into the Cauchiles tube.
Follow the piste down and you will see that the steep gets more pronounced.
This is a wide and normally uncrowded piste - perfect for trying out your super G skills.
You will find another option to the right, it is the Escape, which gets you to the Virgen de las Vienes lift, if you'd rather stay in this area than go down.
If you continue then pay attention to the two paths that cross over your route.
The last part of the piste gets more difficult and narrow.
You will get into the Maribel which you can follow to the village. Ramp: 450 m Length: 1775 m Surface: 64051 m2