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Great hike with direct and easy access from San Sebastián. Recommend sturdy shoes-no flip-flops!

Such a cool hike.

This is a spectacular trail. It’s a section of the Camino Del Norte, a long system along the northern coast of Spain. This is a 5-mile section between Donostia-San Sebastián & Pasaia. At either end, you’ll find steep stone stairways; in the middle you wind through beautiful wooded trails, with stunning views around every corner. I started in San Sebastián & attempted to loop around after reaching Pasaia, using alternate trails to make my way back, but found that they were harder to navigate. Many confusing twists & turns, & sections overgrown with thorns. I’d love to spend more time here. My only complaint is that there were a lot of other people on the trail. I traveled in early Sept which might be the busy season.

Gorgeous trail. We started in San Sebastian and walked east for a few miles and then back down. We found one side trail that allowed us an incredible view from one of the rocky peaks.

unfortunately something went wrong. as I am new to this and being my first solo hike instead of walking a scenic route I ended up walking through the streets and main road. pasaia was amazing though stunning scenery

Walked this beautiful family friendly trail on a summer day. each view more beautiful than the next.

I recommend this trail to anyone looking for a good moderate hike. There are parts that are a steep climb up and steep climb down but it’s beautiful along the coast.

Ended up walking it backwards. There is a bus that will take you to or from the finish in Pasaia. There is a fantastic wooden ship museum at the end. This suggested route is along the cliffs and is less used so can be a little overgrown and there is a dark and wet tunnel halfway.

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