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Caminito del Rey (previously referred to as the world's scariest footpath)- Malaga, Spain

Caminito del Rey, or roughly translated as “King’s Walk”, is an elevated cliff-side pathway in the southern region of Andalucia, not too far from Malaga. 324 more words


Granada & El Chorro, Spain

I just spent 7 days travelling and climbing in Spain’s Andalusia region recently. A lot of my friends have been wondering why I have been travelling so much this year and honestly it’s because I am feeling slightly burned out from working the same job for 4 years but not really able to leave it either. 434 more words


Ratais po Andalūziją (Ispanija)

Penkių dienų kelionė ratais kvadratais po Andalūziją ( kuri turi daugiausia gyventojų ir yra antra pagal dydį iš septyniolikos Ispanijos regionų su sostinę – Sevilija), įvyko sausio pabaigoje, kai Lietuvoje spaudė -10C, o pietų Ispanija buvo susišildžius iki +17C. 1,210 more words


Serrato to Antequera

Serrato was very much a sleepy farming town, compounded by the Easter holiday period. Everything was closed except for one pub that was mainly open because the soccer game was on, which draws a few beer bucks. 397 more words


Climbing, Vacationing and Exploring El Chorro, Spain

Spain is the land of hard sport climbing, wine and olives. It’s limestone cliffs dot the countries lands and there seems to be a crag for every season. 2,091 more words

All Trip Reports

Climbing in the sun? I think yes!

*many of these pictures are not my own; I let those on the trip take pictures with my camera, so I ended up with an assortment of photos. 3,329 more words

Among hills and climbers

As you could read in my previous post, I started my Camino2017 with a one night stay in the Andalusian village of El Chorro. The main goal was to walk the… 1,000 more words