Hike into the Tajo Canyon, Ronda, Spain

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Date: Dec, 2014
Location: Ronda, Andalucia, Spain



The hike into the Tajo Canyon from Ronda starts in Old Town’s Plaza de Maria Auxiliadora. The entrance is located in between the Plaza and the Asador Grill. It starts off as a cobbled foot path, leading to the valley below and the water house that sits at the foot of the Rio Guadalevín as it emerges from the canyon. Numerous vantage points provide excellent views of the Tajo Canyon, Puente Nuevo and the city above. A dirt path along the canyon wall (on Old Town’s side) leads you under the bridge and into the canyon, although you cannot go very far past the bridge as the Rio Guadalevín occupies the entire canyon floor after a certain point. This is an easy hike, but the cobbled path can get very slippery from the morning dew or rain.

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