Los Cahorros trail – Hiking in Sierra Nevada

  • My family lived in Spain awhile and I got to visit many parts, but never this region. A great reason to go back!

    • Yes it is! Andaluzia has a few great trails! Don’t forget about Caminito del Rey

  • Antonina

    Everything looks lovely, but I liked those bridges the most!

    • Yes it is 🙂 Los cahorros is really a hidden gem

  • Lauren Schuyler

    OMG, these pictures are amazing! Looks like you had a blast.

  • shumsal

    I’m going with my parents (in their 60s), and my mom uses a cane. Is there any part of the first bit that is doable for someone like that?

    • Hello,

      I don’t think it’s suitable for someone with cane. There are narrow parts , and ones where you need to crawl and hang on rocks. Nothing really extreme, but you need agility…

      Hope this helps 🙂

      • shumsal

        thanks, that’s what I thought.

  • John

    What a beautiful trail. I would love to hike it one day!

  • I would so love to hike this! My husband and I love hiking! Would you say it’s more of a tennis shoe hike or actual hiking shoe? I see you all are wearing tennis shoes.

  • I grew up near the Sierra Nevadas in CA/NV, USA. I’m so surprised that there’s another one across the globe!! How cool!!

  • Definitely on my bucket list!

  • Christine Tatum

    So beautiful. I would love to go hiking in Los Cahorros. It would be exhilarating. Great photos!

    • M Teresa Madrona

      Hello, My name is Teresa. I am a hiking guide in the Sierra Nevada. Congratulations! Your description and pictures are fantastic. My recommendation is to do the hike un the other way, first the hill and second the the gorge. In this way you avoid the heat, walking along the fresh valley when temperatures are higher. I also would like to say that the geological features, flora and fauna are very interesting. Enjoy a lot!