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All reviews flip flops well worth the effort half way amazing views worth the climb top of the rock walking shoes information centre great walk wear good shoes bring water take your time worn smooth afraid of heights hard work rock climbing early in the morning
The rocky mountain catch your eye from the beginning. The hiking path is nice, upper part can be tricky for not-so-sporty people. Good shoes are a must! Also, I visited Ifach day after heavy rain and the rocks were slippery.
However you can see all...More
This is a lovely short walk round the base of the Penyl D’Ifach for those, like us, who are unable or not brave enough to clmb to the top. For cat lovers, lots of cats live there and they all look very well cared for....More
I read a few reviews before doing ‘the rock’ and they nearly put me off. Is it a hard climb? No. Is it for the faint-hearted? Probably not. But if you’ve done any climbing in the lakes or Scotland there’s certainly nothing to fear. Really...More
This park, as does much of the Costa Blanca, has some of the best moderate grade multipitch rock climbing on the planet. You don't need to be an uber athlete to climb here, there are literally more than 600 routes under 6a that can be...More
We walked as far as the top of the cave which was well worth it. The walk to that point is manageable in trainers and there is a rope/chain to assist through the cave/tunnel. Beyond that I didn’t feel equipped to go any further -...More
I think I would agree with the previous answer. Going through the tunnel itself was tricky as it is steep and the rocks are very slippery. There is a rope handrail which is very helpful both going up and coming down the... More
I think I would agree with the previous answer. Going through the tunnel itself was tricky as it is steep and the rocks are very slippery. There is a rope handrail which is very helpful both going up and coming down the tunnel. We didn't go any further as we weren't wearing boots.