Cliff Hiking at the Caminito del Rey
Spain's Caminito del Rey is the name for a stunning cliff hike, where a boardwalk hangs 100 meters above the Guadalhorce River.
Challenge yourself on this exhilarating walk, but heed our warning: don’t look down!
The trail, which begins in the village of El Chorro in southern Malaga, is about 7 kilometers long and was renamed “Caminito del Rey” after Alfonso XIII walked the entire route in 1921 to inaugurate the railway works.
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