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Amazing trail! Accessible trail and nice view points !

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

Fantastic trail that scales away from the crowds and above Caminito Del Rey (known as the King's Little Path in English on Alltrails.) The King's Little Path is famous and has great views while in the gorge, but you are on a platform with a helmet and crowds. This path rises above the gorge with amazing views of the gorge, the river, and the surrounding dams. At the midway overlook you reach the nesting grounds of the rarely seen golden eagles and local vultures and can watch them soar by you close enough to touch. Be cautious, there is no railing here. In November, one sees and smells wild rosemary, thyme, and oregano along the trail. There is a small tunnel at the end (or start if you do this route backwards) and it can be done without a headlamp or flashlight but it would not hurt to have one or simply use your phone flashlight the 50 meters.

I absolutely loved this hike. We went begin November so we’re lucky to be spoiled with beautiful autumn colors. We did the hike in very cloudy and rainy weather but even then the views were stunning. Not to heavy, but not always good marked (We used the app a few times to check if we were right).

wandern
2 months ago

Nice trail for 2.5h hike. Interesting path with pine trees, rocks for kids to play.

Absolutely stunning trail most of the time. From south to north, in the right season, lots of wildflowers and enough variation in fauna and flora. Interesting historical features along the way, and cafes and albergues aplenty. Enjoyed this 7-8 week walk/hike very much. Didn’t find it hard overall but there were certainly some tough sections. Most of the trail very good to walk on, with only some rocky or after rain sticky mud sections. Moderate amount of on-road walking involved which we found harder on our feet than anything else.

The trail has a variety of terrain. It makes it interesting. At a certain point, we had to crawl on all fours under a rock face. There are also 4 suspended bridges. at the highest point, where you'll see olive trees, the view is magnificent - perfect for a picnic. Don't go on weekends: apparently it gets busy.

wandern
2 months ago

Beautiful views. It’s a nice hike to see different landscapes.

wandern
2 months ago

Excellent views! Some difficult to pass ledges with braces by the cliffs, but all around beautiful!

Many ways to do it, different paths and roads. Hanging bridges, falls, caves and open outdoors to hike next to the river Monachil or up in Cahorros Altos.

It was perfect: a bit of challenge in the canyon (first half), then easier (a picnic then is a good idea), then the slope down to town for vino and cerveca with tapas.

wandern
3 months ago

Great hike. You can take a bus to Monichil from Granada for an easy day trip.

wandern
schlammig
3 months ago

Beautiful hike... we travelled clockwise so had an uphill climb for first 2k... but well worth the vistas! Then enjoyed the shady fun area for the second half! Lots of variety in terrain... way less busier our direction! A lot of hikers just do the in and out for suspension bridges and gorge! Beautiful day!

wandern
kein schatten
3 months ago

very fun trail, with stunning views. ran/hiked up. This is not a moderate trail. You have to scramble a few sections. It's steep, with loose rocks.

Laufen
steinig
3 months ago

Really beautiful tough trail. Probably a bit more than moderate. We ran a good chunk but you have to hike some of it. The view at the top is incredible.

Amazing hike but harder than moderate and not well marked at all. Be sure to bring your phone to navigate with. And bug spray. But we had a wonderful time and the views were stunning!

Beau parcours mais plutôt difficile de Pampaneira à Capileira. En revanche les traversées des villages sont superbes.

Hiking really nice and interesting for children. A second pair of shoes must be provided when the hike is over. For this loop I advise to start with the ascent to finish in the shade in the bed of the river. I recommend this loop.

wandern
kein schatten
5 months ago

We, maybe foolishly, completed this hike today, in the middle of the day, where the temperature rose to over 40 degrees. In hindsight we should have done the trail in reverse, completing the exposed, shadeless portion first, having the shaded, cooler portion last. Luckily, although no longer in our prime, we’re reasonably fit and healthy and had plenty of fluid. A very enjoyable hike with some stunning views. As documented, some areas are slippery and uneven and some with restricted height (we’re both over 6ft, so quite restricted for us!). Would recommend this, but maybe not on a mid afternoon in August.

Short & easy nonetheless very fun. Full of little surprises. Started at 7am during Mid July - no one on the track yet. get busier during the day. I would recommend this hike for any level. Took us 2Hours at slow paced.

wandern
steinig
7 months ago

Sehr schön!

Amazing views!

the trail is harder than it look and is full of rocks, honestly i would choose another route

wandern
schlammig
steinig
10 months ago

This hike is a must-do when visiting Granada. Starting at a large, free parking lot in town, a moderately tracked/slightly muddy walk along the Río Monachío leads to some spectacular bridges and breathtaking mountain vistas. After the final bridge, I’d recommend following my mapped out path to a less traveled route that is shorter and a bit easier considering the substantial inclines on the first leg of the main trail. Oh, and don’t forget your camera.

Is okay

wandern
Sat Nov 17 2018

This was a wonderful hike! The colors of autumn made it even more spectacular!

nice and spectacular walk with hanging bridges, easy to extend with other descend (less People)

Great walk. Easy to come of track due to multiple other routes around. Well worth doing.

I feel bad giving only four stars... The trail is great. I would rate it “moderate to hard” due to rather steep and poorly paved parts of the trail. I would recommend not to go up the mountain after the first bridge (that offers a spectacular view, btw), but continue along the river. It was too ambitious for us to complete all 8 km with 8-year old on a hot August day. We have made the first 5.3 km from Capileira to Pampaneira, but had to cup the hike short and take a bus back to Capileira. I am definitely coming back one day to complete the whole trail.

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