Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Hiking the Caminito del Rey in Spain

Here's a video that I came across a week or so back and forgot about, but Carl was kind enough to remind me of it earlier today. It's a first person perspective of a couple of hikers exploring the El Caminito del Rey in Spain. The name means "The King's Pathway", and the trail offers access to a popular climbing location, but just getting there is part of the adventure, as you'll see.

5 comments:

The Adventurist said...

Cool video. The trail's condition sucks. I would probably have to be clipped on the ropes. I don't trust my rail walking skills that much--definitely gave me a few gasps along the way. To bad people don't show this perspective with all trails--then we would know what was in store--that would ruin part of the experience though.

Adventure Junkie said...

Yep, it's a cool perspective for a wild trail. The video works well for this one, but you're right, I wouldn't want to see every trail that way.

The Wikipedia article mentions that there are now ropes in place to clip into, which would make me feel safer, but it's still a scary little trail.

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Adventure Junkie said...

No idea, but it's kind of catch huh?

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