One of the most exciting walks on the island takes you down in the old riverbed. Only accessible in the dry season. It is certainly the island’s most popular and best-known hike, but it should be noted that this is the most accident-prone tour due to the recklessness of many hikers going it alone. Discovering this unique gorge is an experience you will never forget! The exit of the gorge invites us to bathe on the well visited pebble beach of the Torrent de Pareis. The return is from the small port of Sa Calobra by boat to Puerto Soller or by bus to the starting point, depending on the sea condition. Attention! It is a very difficult and very challenging hike, which runs between large rocks and high canyon walls. Excluded to people with a fear of heights, knee problems and insufficient fitness level.
Trail: Linear walk
Length: 9 km
Walking time: 6 h
Ascent: -600 m
Time and Meeting point: 7.30 h, in front of the church of Port Sóller (Summer at 6.45 h)
Hora de retorno: at 14 h, 15h, 16.45 h by boat, or depending sea conditions at 15 h by public bus
Season: from 1st April to 31th October, not possible when wet.
Recommendations: water, swimsuit and trekking shoes (no trekking poles)
The price includes: guided walk in multi languages, majorcan picnic (cold) and complimentary transfer from the meeting point.