Hiking Tips

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These are some of the most important hints and tips I can offer to help you have a better time hiking. Have a great hike!
  • Hike in a group. Always have at least one other person with you if you are going on low-traffic trails or be accepting of the risk you take in having no one able to aid you. Some of the benefits of hiking in a group:
    • Learn from more experienced hikers or pass on your knowledge.
    • Aid for injuries
    • Distributing loads for common group gear
    • Meet new people or deepen relationships
  • Drink often to stay hydrated. Carry enough water for the day and your pack will get lighter as the day wears on.
  • Small snacks often will keep your energy level up rather than waiting for a big lunch meal after you've emptied your body's reserves.
  • Keep a small amount of surplus food ready, just in case.
  • Using the open spaces is not a right, its a privilege we need to keep available to others years from now.
  • Leave your hike plan with someone back home and call them when you get off the trail.
  • Bring and use sunscreen and a hat to prevent sunburn, even on cloudy or cold days.
  • Keep your pack organized and put items back where you expect to find them.
  • Repackage to reduce weight.  Don't bring the whole plastic-wrapped box of 12 energy bars when you'll only eat 2 and need one more just in case.
  • Leave all your cotton clothes at home.
  • Water is critical for staying alive, but it is also deadly when mixed with cold on the trail. . Carry and use raingear.
  • If your hands swell while hiking, raise them. Hold onto your pack shoulder strap for awhile and see how that helps.You can use trek poles to keep your hands elevated a bit and keep the muscles active.
  • You may see rock cairns, piles of rocks, along the trail. Don't destroy them, but don't add to them either. Don't create cairns, tree blazes, or any other sign to mark the trail - people should be able to navigate their own route and scarring the landscape doesn't help anyone.


Inicio: La Barranca. Navacerrada
Final: La Barranca. Navacerrada
Tiempo: 3 a 4 horas
Distancia:  10,5 Km
Desnivel [+]: 383 m
Desnivel [--]: 410 m
Tipo: Circular
Dificultad: Baja
Pozas y agua: 

Unidad didáctica: Senderismo - HIKING

Los que no váis a hacer la ruta de  debéis presentar un trabajo sobre senderismo para tratar los contenidos que se van a impartir en dicha salida didáctica. El trabajo debe contar con los siguientes apartados:

  1. Recomendaciones para la realización de una ruta de senderismo.

  2. Material necesario.

  3. Información sobre una ruta en concreto (Lugar de inicio y final, distancia, desnivel, duración...; Elementos culturales, artísticos o arquitectónicos de interés; Fauna y ecosistema que se puede encontrar; Mapa de la ruta (google maps o earth)

  4. Capacidades físicas básicas que se desarrollan durante su ejecución.

  5. ¿Por qué no has hecho esta actividad de senderismo?

  6. Bibliografía o páginas web utilizadas (con fecha de consulta).


Estamos encantados de haber participado en el cross del programa Madrid Comunidad Olímpica.

La experiencia ha sido muy divertida y emocionante para todos. Os dejo algunas fotos:


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Bienvenidos a nuestro blog de EF / Welcome everyone to our PE site!

Esta web servirá como medio para dar información sobre apuntes, trabajos y actividades de EF. También podrás ver y escuchar  videos y enterarte de noticias, fomentando el uso de las nuevas tecnologías y el inglés.

This webpage will be the way to give information about notes, homework and activities related to PE. You will be able to watch and listen very interesting videos and see news too, fostering the use of new technologies and the use of English!

Ultimate rules!!

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The rules of Ultimate is a game played by two teams, with seven players on each team.

The object of the game is for your team to score more goals than the opposing team.

To score a goal, a player must throw a frisbee to a teammate whilst he´s in the opposing endzone. The disc must completely cross the goal line and the  receiving player must keep at least one foot in the endzone for a goal to count.

The playing field is 64m long and 37m wide and the endzones are 23m áreas at each end of the field

The game starts by pulling the disc. Teams line up on their own goal lines and one team throw to another. Once a team has possession of the disc, they have up to 10 seconds to throw the disc to a teammate. Failure to do this results in an infraction called “stalling” and the other tea mis awarded the disc,.

You can pass the disc directly between teammates in any direction, but you´re not allowed to run with the disc. In fact, once you catch the disc, you must stop immediately. You are then allowed one step in any direction to release the disc.

The idea is to move the disc up the field and be able to set up a player to catch the disc in the endzone.

The opposing team will try to stop you by blocking discs in the air, intercepting the  disc or forcing their opponents to either drop the disc or throw it out of bounds..  if this happens the opposing team will gain possession of the disc.

They will try to take the disc away from you so that they can score themselves.

Once a goal has been scored, both teams change ends. Once 9 goals have been scored by any one team , this is the end o the first half . the first team that scores 17 goals wins,

In Ultimate players are expected to call their own fouls and infractions. Players are generally encouraged to be honest. And it´s generally frowned upon to be dishonest, rude or aggressive to their opponents.

Stall count, you have 10 seconds to reléase the disc. The nearest defender can count out of 10 seconds and if the player hasn´t  released the disc within this 10 seconds, he is guilty of stalling and the disc goes to the other team.

Ultimate is a non contact sport, and any form of contact with opposing players are generally called as a foul. Dangerous contact with players is strictly forbidden. Infrantions are usually called when a player breaks one of the rules, such as travelling (where a player takes more tan one step with the disc) or doublé teaming each of these results in the disc being given to the non-offending team.