Planning adventurous hiking in Alicante

In Alicante one can find ideal routes for hiking, regardless of whether you are trainees or expert level athletes. This destination is recognized as one of the most mountainous of Spain and it is a paradise for lovers of adventure sports. Once you arrive you can choose between routes for trekking in Alicante. One of them are Route Espuña which has almost thirty acres that will lead to peaks over 1500 meters tall. This mountain has valleys and peaks for hiking. The route is circular and its difficulty is average.

Alicante Hiking

Alicante Hiking

Alicante Hiking Route from below

Alicante Hiking Route from below

La Vall de Laguardia is also located in Alicante. This hiking trail offers more than nine miles in a circular route and medium difficulty. The recommended time is for spring and fall because it do not have many shady areas. An experience that must not be ignored!

Alicante Monuments on the path

Alicante Monuments on the path

Alicante Peak

Alicante Peak

Alicante View from Above

Alicante View from Above

Cid chair from La Rabosa is a Valencian route located in the Xorret de Cati and extends for nearly eight miles. The trail is easy to walk because its elevation is little and you can complete it in an average of five hours. It has all the necessary markings and can be explored all year which makes it ideal for a trip at any time!

Alicante Path

Alicante Path

Alicante snowy hiking trail

Alicante snowy hiking trail

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Alicante photos: Adam Andersson, Mims, Hugo Ceasar Gusmao, Dj Winner, Fernando Prieto, por las ventanas.

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