Where is it? The “Cañón de las Buitreras” (Vultures’ Canyon) is located on the eastern edge of Los Alcornocales Nature Park, in the Province of Cadiz. Its name is no coincidence, the Cañón de las Buitreras is a nesting ground for a large colony of Griffon vultures. The Guadiaro River runs through it. An exceptionally clean river, […]
One of the best places to watch the sunrise is from Malaga’s summit – La Maroma at 2,060m. Pictures from a nocturnal hike up La Maroma starting from Sedella and coming back via Canillas de Aceituno. A longer and far harder hike than expected with Catherine M. 🙂 Loosely following this track with a few […]
We had perfect conditions for a circular route up the Almendron via the Barranco de Los Cazadores. For more information on the route itself see – hiking the Almendron.
Where is it? The Garganta Verde – the Green throat – is one of the most protected spots in Spain. It sits within the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park in the province of Cadiz. The Garanta Verde is a 400-metre deep canyon and a true natural paradise. No amount of pictures could do it justice. […]
The Red Route in El Torcal is officially closed and you need permits to hike it. There are guided tours from the visitors center. The Cornisa del Diablo (The devil’s cornice or ledge) refers to the pass on the upper section of the hike and is the main reason this path is now off limits. […]