The huge limestone gorge of El Chorro, located in the hills 50km inland from Andalucia’s coastal city of Malaga, is one of Spain’s foremost sport climbing destinations. El Chorro’s huge quantity of brilliant climbs, combined with a pleasant winter climate, easy access and wide range of accommodation has kept it high on the list of the winter-sun venues in Europe for the last two decades.
In 2015 the Caminito del Rey was opened – a spectacular pathway through the upper and lower gorges which has become extremely popular amongst locals and tourists alike with over 1000 people walking it on most popular days. It has brought a major boost to the area.
Although climbing in the gorge is no longer allowed, this has been countered by extensive development away from the gorge on plenty of new crags. More information on access here.
New edition - Work is well progressed on a new edition which should be published late summer 2018. It will cover all the crags in the current book, plus plenty of new developments and a few new crags in the area.
Access Issues for El Chorro
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