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Directions lead to start where there is no parking. Drive on the main road a bit further to find parking or parking under the olive trees on the opposite side of the road. The first 3/4 mile of hike is on a rough concrete road. Then there is a very rocky river crossing. One of us had waterproof boots, the other didn't. We went north on the loop but very soon came to another crossing, impossible without waterproof boots. We turned around and went back to try to take the westward part of the loop but again, a river stopped us almost immediately. Gave it a three star but, really, I have no idea how it might have been if we had been able to continue.

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1 month ago

Beautiful walk/hike through olive groves and past old farmhouses on a path paved with stones for most of the way. There is a short section from Deia before reaching the trailhead where the route is on the windy road shared with cars. But once on the trail it is safe and bucolic.

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.

Was easy for taking the buggy , u can go with a babies but we didnt make it all so p dpnt know if is posible to go more with a buggy

Was amazing fool of nature space. With a rivers, trees and beautiful waley. So quiet so amazing and peaceful.

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