Sierra Nevada, as well as being a paradise for the skiers during the winter, it’s also a highly recommended area for trekking during the summer months where we’ll find from streams in between the blocks of snow to small lagoons, a spectacular natural environment that no trekker should miss out on.
The scenery of the peaks of Sierra Nevada is due to the effect of the glaciers over the last millions of years. Some of the routes are specific to learn more about its peaks and have a guide for an established price:
There are several different routes that the trekker can follow, either the routes marked by the resort or on your own. Some of the most popular routes are:
The natural park of Sierra Nevada is a park that’s packed with endless possibilities for the visitors throughout the whole year.
Fuente Alta is a natural landscape of great beauty and has a museum where we’ll be able to learn about the way of life and customs of the ancestors that lived in these peaks.
Fuente Alta is an area surrounded by a pine forest with routes for mountain biking or trekking where you may spot the odd mountain goat and enjoy breathing the area’s pure fresh air.
It’s also possible to enjoy in this area horse-riding, you can go on routes or take lessons in the Equestrian School of Fuente Alta.
The highest peak in Spain is not a journey suitable for everyone, with 3482 metres of height, from the top one can even spot the African coast.
The price to ascend is 25 euros and it includes:
The use of comfortable and warm clothing, water, food, goggles, hat, mountain footwear and solar protection is absolutely mandatory.
A fun and exciting activity where there is hardly any risk which consists in going down a river with wetsuits and using rappel techniques. The beautiful cliffs of Sierra Nevada, Alpujarras, Sierra Tejeda and Alhama are very enjoyable to tour.
River Verde and River Bermejo are two of the places for trekking with wetsuits.
This high mountain route is characterised by sleeping in shelters and mountain cabins along the way while crossing great part of Sierra Nevada’s National Park.
Its price is 291 euros and includes the following services:
Remember to bring your own sleeping bag and other essential elements like water, adequate footwear, sun cream, warm clothing, etc..
Half an hour away from Granada, in the Canales reservoir, you can choose to sail in canoe for the price of 12 euros for 2 people per hour.
With a large network of cattle trails that cross the area in all directions created throughout its history, today we’ll find paths and trails that entwine with all the villages.
If you visit the Alpujarra we recommend to calmly discover any of its trails and admire their scenery, their extraordinary flora of great diversity with cliffs and rivers, old mills and mosques...a trip to a past that still remains amongst us.
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