“The Old Tramway Route”: An historical adventure along the old Sierra Nevada Tramway, where we can appreciate the history of the area and enjoy the shady banks of the Genil river, stopping for a dip in the clear mountain pools.
“The Cherry Route:” A route to enjoy both sport and an insight into traditional farming. Suitable for families, we ride downhill from 1900m to 1200m, visiting and learning about an organic cherry farm.
A great introduction to the sport of canyoning, this route takes us to Granada’s “Tropical Coast”, following a stunningly beautiful river’s course over waterfalls and through natural swimming holes, jumping, sliding and abseiling over obstacles along the way. PRICE 40
“Rio Verde” (Green River) A great introduction to the sport of canyoning, this route takes us to Granada’s “Tropical Coast”, following a stunningly beautiful river’s course over waterfalls and through natural swimming holes, jumping, sliding and abseiling over obstacles
“Vereda de la Estrella” Literally translated as “The path of the star”, this is probably the Sierra Nevada’s most famous walking route, which leads us deep into the heart of the National Park, affording stunning views of the dramatic north
“The Acequia Route” An “Acequia” is a irrigation canal dating back to the Moorish era. This route follows the irrigation system of the mountain village of Güejar Sierra. Along the way we will identify medicinal plants that have been used
“Mozárabe Route” From the mountains to Moorish Granada. An ancient route used by the Moors leads us from the Sierra Nevada into the most picturesque area of Granada, the Albaizin, with its fabulous views of the Alhambra and a backdrop
“Lavaderos de la Reina”: In one of the the most beautiful and lush landscapes of the Sierra Nevada National Park, we discover waterfalls, alpine meadows, views of the high peaks and opportunities to sight wild animals and appreciate the various
Stage 4 From the Carihuela refuge, we head south along a spectacular crest which affords amazing views of the Mediterrenean Sea leading to our final peak, the Caballo (3051M), from which we begin our descent into civilization where our vehicles
Stage 3 From the refuge we climb to the highest summit of mainland Spain, Mulhacen (3478m) and from there we head west to arrive at the Carihuela refuge, at the base of the Pico de Veleta where we spend our