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wandern
eisig
abseits des Weges
schlammig
schnee
steinig
4 days ago

wandern
5 days ago

Key note: you need permission to walk this trail! It can be obtained at the visitor centre in El Bosque. The permit is free, you will receive a document to take along. The trail itself is nice and easy. The first 3 to 4 km's on a gravel road lead you slightly down to a valley. You can pay a lot of attention to the serroundings because the road is very easy (for all levels). The loop leads through the woods, comes with nice fauna and is more challenging than the first km's. A big chunk of the loop is natural stairs. All in all good fun!

wandern
scrambling
steinig
8 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
13 days ago

steinig
14 days ago

wandern
privatgrundstück
scrambling
steinig
20 days ago

Very nice walk. well maintained trail leading up the shoulder into an amazing valley on the backside. The view out over Antequera is precious. Looking forward to doing it again soon. we walked slow and it was 2 hours in and two hours out. (at a very slow pace)

wandern
23 days ago

Ruta espectácular por las playas y calas de San José. Vistas preciosas.

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
steinig
29 days ago

Good hike. Clockwise is the better direction with a steep ish incline at the start but levels out afterwards. Follow the signs for Mirador. See the viewpoint but get back on the trail (not the road) and then it's a very flat return to your car. If your feet are sore dip them in the cold stream at the end.

Great trail. Mostly ankle deep water some sections with almost knee deep water. A little rock climbing in the end. All in all lot's of fun.

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

A pleasant day out. Mirador del Lobo offers great views, although it can be quite trafficked. On the way back, the small trail from the mirador to the main road (connecting with R-2) is not so easy to find and it's steep, narrow and with loose rocks. On a sunny day it's not too bad, but with mud it probably gets dangerously slippery. If you're lucky enough you'll spot mountain goats!

wandern
eisig
schnee
1 month ago

This trail was absolutely beautiful, but if you intend to reach the lake at the end (which I did not) you will need ice climbing gear at this time of year (end of November). The last of the hike is a very steep slope and through snow which is sometimes frozen. Also I ran out of water so I drank from the stream at 2500m. It's been 8 days since and I'm fine, so take that as you will.

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

wandern
kein schatten
1 month ago

Nice trail with great views of Benalmadena, Malaga and - with good visibility - the Sierra Nevada.

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.

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

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

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.

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