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wandern
scrambling
steinig
4 days ago

Beautiful hike and views from the top. A resident goat as well. Also, the scrambling is only at the very top so bring a trekking pole for the hike down but nothing dangerous if you can prepared.

gehen
schlammig
überflutet
9 days ago

Amazing trail! Accessible trail and nice view points !

steinig
10 days ago

very beautiful and tranquil place. protected from the winds and bathed in light. Cavemen never had it so good as when they lived here. i was overcome with the urge to roll out a mat and tag a map it was so peaceful.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
21 days ago

wandern
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

Great views. Well marked until the top and then becomes harder to navigate but with the app it’s okay. Can be very windy.

Well marked and interesting trail. It took 7 hours (with brakes) to complete. Beautiful views from El Cielo. First and last part is easy about 4 kilometres on road each way.

wandern
1 month ago

Pretty trail. The last part is deep with stairs but really good to be down the canyon!

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

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

Well marked trail with nice views.

wandern
2 months ago

Well marked trail with lots of shady sections and nice panoramas. Especially at the top of the initial climb good opportunities to spot Iberian ibex. But as the trail crosses the nature reserve at the centre of Sierra de Grazalema a permit is required that can be obtained from the tourist info centre in Grazalema of El Bosque.

wandern
2 months ago

Hola....se puede hacer con un niño de 6 años?

wandern
steinig
2 months ago

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.

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Very good. Take the south path along the road — the waterfalls are in the east path and I think they would have been more enjoyable at the end rather than the beginning.

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!

Starts off with steep ascend through a forest. Beautiful views and ascend through olive fields. Path well marked and very quiet.

wandern
2 months ago

Nice vista’s but most of the trail is wide unpaved road. You can do most by car and only hike the last part.

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.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

This was a great walk. It’s rated as hard for a reason. Not as much elevation gain as many walks near here but the terrain is something else. Following the direction of the route uphill was fine the second half of the walk is best suited to a mountain goat as you traverse a slope that requires those with an aversion to heights to cling to and face in to the rock. There were points where the vultures were circling blow us making us wonder who had fallen off!!

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