Hiking Routes from Ronda, Andalucia

Want to explore the countryside near Ronda on foot? Then join us for a day on a guided hike or we can supply GPX files for local self guided hiking routes.

Our guided point-to-point hikes offer walks that you could not do alone. We include vehicle drop off or pick up so that we are not restricted to circular hiking routes. We can get further afield and explore areas with no public transport services.

N.B. The trails in this area are all natural and ungroomed. This means that they can suffer some weather and usage erosion. None of our hiking routes include anything dangerous or requiring climbing equipment but expect stony, rocky and gravelly sections on all hikes and some steep ascents (ask for more details for your route choice). 

Self Guided Hiking Routes

If you prefer to self guide, there are some circular walks local to Ronda for which we can provide GPX files for a very small charge. Some of these walks are also available with a guide. Contact us for more details.

Hiking Routes Schedule

We are very flexible in our scheduling and don’t run set trips on set days. In other words, simply let us know the date(s) you are available and the difficulty/exertion level you are used to doing. Or select a named walk from those featured below and we will arrange a hiking route to suit you.


Select any of our Hiking routes below to see a PDF with more details and photos:

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Bespoke Hiking Days Out

We have a flexible approach to all our activities and clients. If you like the look of one of our routes but would prefer to reduce the distance or ascent, or change the start or end points, we can adapt many of our routes accordingly. Just let us know your requirements and we can create a bespoke route for you.

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Tajo del Abanico
Giant limestone rock formations

A short circular walk from central Ronda into nearby countryside. Walk through olive groves, past local farmland and along a mediaeval cobblestone path to discover the hidden rock formations of the Tajo del Abanico gorge.

2-3 Hrs Easy

€35 p.p

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Cueva del Gato & Molino
Water pool & Molino del Santo lunch

Walk down into the valley below Ronda for spectacular views of the gorge and Puente Nuevo bridge. Continue through countryside to a local beauty spot, where a waterfall creates a beautiful, crystal clear water pool.

3-4 Hrs Moderate

€45 p.p

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Montejaque to Ronda
Mountain walk to Ronda

Discover the white village of Montejaque, nestled in the mountains of the Sierra de Grazalema. Follow ancient tracks up through the mountains to approach Ronda from below the famous Puente Nuevo bridge.

3-4 Hrs Moderate

€45 p.p

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Tajo Abanico & Cueva del Gato
Limestone caves and water pool

Walk to see the limestone rock formations of the Tajo del Abanico gorge. Continue through the hills west of Ronda to the Cueva del Gato, where a waterfall creates a beautiful, crystal clear water pool.

3-4 Hrs Moderate

€45 p.p

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Grazalema to Montejaque
Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park

Walk from the attractive mountain white village of Grazalema through the heart of the Grazalema Natural Park to quaint Montejaque village - limestone valleys, cork oak forest and mountain streams.

4-5 Hrs Moderate

€55 p.p

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Cartajima to Ronda
High mountain hike to Ronda

From the white village of Cartajima, located above the Genal chestnut valley, ascend up into high mountain sierras with amazing views. Take a steady descent through the hills down into Ronda.

4-5 Hrs Moderate 

€50 p.p

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Mr Hendersons Way
Follow the banks of the Rio Guadiaro

From the old part of Ronda, head westwards over rolling hills towards the Rio Guadiaro. Then continue on an undulating path “Mr Hendersons Way” along the river gorge to the village of Jimera Estacion.

4-5 Hrs  Challenging

€55 p.p

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Torrecilla Ascent
Summit the peak of Torecilla

Hike to the peak of the highest mountain in western Andalucia (1919m) and feel on top of the world. Rocky landscapes and spectacular views of the Sierra de las Nieves, Mediterranean Sea and to Africa.

4-5 Hrs Challenging

€55 p.p

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What to Bring:

  • Footwear - Comfortable walking boots, trainers or sturdy worn-in shoes. Thicker soles are best. Trekking sandals only suitable on some routes, as most have sections of loose, stony ground and there are sometimes vicious bushes and thistles!  No flip flops. 
  • Clothing - Loose, comfortable clothing or sportswear.In cooler weather, bring a couple of thin layers rather than one thick top as they are easier to remove if you get warm. A thin windproof jacket is advisable on higher altitude hikes (see individual walk details)
  • Walking Poles - not essential but if you are used to walking with them, then best to bring. Good for stability on loose descents.
  • Water - Bring plenty of water (allow 1/2 a litre per person per 5km in the hottest months).
  • Snacks - Bring snacks to keep you going during the walk, as most route sare in remote countryside and we do not pass anywhere to buy anything until the end. 
  • Rucksacks - The best way to carry spare water, snacks, clothes, sun screen etc. 
  • Other - sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat or cap in the hottest months

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