All thrill-seekers who are tired of waking on a path that isn`t life threatening, we`ll be happy to find out that the most dangerous walkway in the world will officially reopen next week. So grab your hiking gear and head to the village of El Chorno in southern Spain where Caminito Del Rey patiently awaits once again.
The deteriorating pathways of the famous death defying path are finally repaired are ready to be challenged.
The walkway was build over the Gualdalhorce River and opened by King Alfonso XIII in 1921, thus earning the name “King`s Little Path”. But, after few terrifying accidents in the 1990s and 2000s in which few people lost their lives, Camino del Ray earned the reputation as one of the world`s most scariest hikes and instantly became a magnet for all adrenalin junkies and risk-takers.