Looking for a great trail in Sierra de Grazalema, Andalusia? AllTrails has 24 great hiking trails, trail running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 10 hard trails in Sierra de Grazalema ranging from 3.2 to 9 miles and from 1,194 to 5,213 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
1 month ago

Not for the faint of heart or directionally challenged. About two miles in, if you take a right at the fork, you’ll hike nearly vertically. The second half is a breeze.

rocky
2 months ago

beautiful views. parts of it are a steep climb but it's worth it.

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rocky
4 months ago

on Grazalema

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rocky
5 months ago

A hike with nice views. There’s a few uphill parts close to the beginning of the trail if you hike the loop clockwise but it levels out for most of the second half.

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muddy
off trail
over grown
private property
rocky
scramble
5 months ago

Pay attention to the trail! When I read 3 mile easy loop, I expected to hike for about 2 hours with picture taking. I stop a lot, but my pace is usually pretty good. 2 hours was not the case. 4-5 hours later, I rolled into town in the dark and in the fog, drenched in sweat and bleeding. I was following the trail, and after circumventing what a cow blocking the gate, I missed the turn and hiked an extra ways out. By the time I realized I had missed it, I decided to follow the extended loop back to the original trail as it looked like it would be easier. Huge mistake. Low light, low visibility (due to fog), rain, and a lot of slippery rocks to climb over. I regretted my decision once I found myself climbing over boulders and other jagged rocks with what might have been cactus in either side. It was almost impossible to find the trail once I stepped off it. Almost as soon as I found the trail, I was face to face with a glowing set of eyes, probablly a cow, but I wasnt gonna risk it. I backed up and tripped over some rocks going around and lost the trail for a while. So, pay attention to the trail and be smart. It's a tough trail when you mess up. So, I did not do any planning. Just decided I would go for a hike. I do not recommend hiking this trail late or in low visibility. It is easy to lose the trail at the far points. Thank goodness I had the alltrails app pro version. Old school maps would work as well, but the all trails maps and gps made it alot easier to get back. I had a headlamp, but I was not prepared to camp. In a way, this is a note to my complacency. I have become accustomed to easy well marked trails, and have not been taking the proper precautions. If my phone had died, it would have been a long, cold, wet night.

on Fuente Ojito Nogal

7 months ago

Benaocaz is in Cadiz, not in Caceres.

on Rio el Bosque

7 months ago

Benamahoma is not in Caceres, it is in Cadiz.

really nice trail info center at parking and really clear water and easy to follow trail only problem is the amount of people there on the weekends makes it hard to not get pushed off the trail a lot

9 months ago

From the parking lot to the grazalema trail sign was about .8 Miles. Once up there we decided to take the Puerto del Boyar trail “Mirador” instead of the grazalema loop and we accidentally ended up on top of a mountain around 2.5 Miles later. The trail was steep and hard for me (I’m a bit out of shape) but well worth it. The top was emotionally beautiful.

Saturday, April 07, 2018

Amazing trails. Well worth a day out there

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017