Walk with vertigo which crosses 5 hanging bridges

Discover the impressive canyon of los Cahorros, one of the most beautiful places in the low mountain of the Sierra Nevada. Our route takes us across various hanging bridges, the biggest having more than 60 mts. above the river Monachil, not suitable for people with vertigo.
Have fun while you learn interesting information about the Sierra Nevada and its rich flora and fauna, and its unique geology, which created this fascinating place millions of years ago. Also, the legend of Isabel de Moctezuma, culture and way of life of the people and much more…
Price 10 €/per. groups between 5-10 people
Price 8 €/per. groups between 11-20 people
Price for less than 5 people: Full price 50 €.
If you are a group or an individual you can make a reservation, the final price is determined by the number of participants 12 hours before the walk.
We recommend you booking in advance, limited places  

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Meeting point: Play ground in front of the bus stop in Monachil Village
  • Duration: 4 hours approximately
  • Itinerary: 
    • Monachil
    • High part of Los Cahorros
    • Las Hazuelas
    • Low part of Los Cahorros
    • Monachil
  • Circular tour
  • Distance: 12 km
  • Altitude difference: 300 mts
  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Indispensable:
    • Water minimum 1 litre/person
    • Cap or hat
    • Sun protection cream minimum 30
    • Trainers
  • Recommendable:
    • Picnic
    • Feece or sweatshirt

How to get there
From Granada take the bus 183 to Monachil at the bus stop is in Paseo de Los Basilios (next to Paseo del Salón). The bus leaves at 10 minutes past each hour.
By car, you have to take the Ronda Sur of Granada, direction Sierra Nevada. After that, take the second exit direction La Zubia-Cájar-Monachil and then follow the signs to Monachil.


All our tours are accompanied by an official guide and include civil and accident insurance. We hope you enjoy our tour and discovering our land and culture.
For your security, we recommend you wear appropriate clothing.
Tours may be suspended in cases of force majeure.

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