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Extreme attractions: adrenalin-inducing adventures (only for the brave)

Love Exploring Logo By loveEXPLORING staff of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 29: Dubbed by some as "the world’s scariest hike", El Caminito del Rey, or ‘King’s Little Path’, near Ardales in southern Spain, is not for the faint hearted. Those brave enough to tackle it traverse a precarious aerial path that is pinned up against the walls of the Chorro Gorge, with drops of around 300 feet (91m) below their boots. This vertiginous walk – comprising both forest trails and boardwalks – is just under five miles (8km) long and rewards those that risk it with breathtaking views of the ravine.

El Caminito del Rey, Malaga Province, Spain

Dubbed by some as "the world’s scariest hike", El Caminito del Rey, or ‘King’s Little Path’, near Ardales in southern Spain, is not for the faint hearted. Those brave enough to tackle it traverse a precarious aerial path that is pinned up against the walls of the Chorro Gorge, with drops of around 300 feet (91m) below their boots. This vertiginous walk – comprising both forest trails and boardwalks – is just under five miles (8km) long and rewards those that risk it with breathtaking views of the ravine.

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