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The Sierra Nevada has been recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere and it’s not hard to see why. There are over 60 species of bird living in the range, including birds of prey. There are also 5 distinct climatic zones, meaning that you’ll see a lot of interesting and varied plant life as you hike.

 

 

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+34

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Euro

Language

Spanish

Best time to visit

The best time to visit for hiking is May, June and July

How to get there

Málaga is the closest international airport to the Sierra Nevada

Weather

In winter the temperature averages around 6 degrees celsius and in summer the temperature averages around 24 degrees celsius. July is the driest month and November is the wettest

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Two more great hiking trails are the ascent of Veletta which sits at 3,398 meters and Alcazaba at 3,371 meters. The Vereda de la Estrella Loop is another excellent trail. It takes around 7 hours to cover the 22.5 km making it the perfect day trip. And, while you’re in the area, why not head to The Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas Natural Park too? There you’ll find hundreds more trails.  

 

 

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