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Despite its small size, Valle Gran Rey is crisscrossed with a network of trails that are interesting due to municipality’s abrupt orography of deep ravines and sheer cliffs. These trails usually follow the old bridle paths created and used by the inhabitants of the municipality until well into the 20th Century to travel through very difficult territory.
Although they were once a necessity to move about to exchange goods and communicate with other towns, today they are enjoyed by hikers, an activity which combines physical activity with the enjoyment of nature and the beautiful landscape of Valle Gran Rey, a heritage that still displays traces of the evolution of the inhabitants of the island throughout its history.
The municipality of Valle Gran Rey offers hikers, both local and visitors, the possibility of easily and safely enjoying its varied landscapes, from the coast to the summit.
The two longest trails on the island, belonging to Spain’s Nature Trail Network, both pass through Valle Gran Rey: GR 131, La Gomera Summits, and GR 132, La Gomera Coasts Circular.
Stage 3. Chipude – Las Hayas – Vallehermoso
Route: Chipude – El Cercado – Las Hayas – Las Creces (Parque Nacional de Garajonay) – Vallehermoso
Stage 4. Alojera – Mirador del Santo (Arure). La Calera
Route: Alojera – Lomo del Carretón – Mirador del Santo – La Calera.
Stage 5. La Calera – Ermita de Los Reyes – Gerián – La Dama
Route: La Calera – Ermita de Los Reyes – Casas de Gerián – La Dama.
Route: Mirador del Santo – Taguluche (through Camino de Los Pasos) – Taguluche – Playa – Camino de Las Vueltas – Mirador del Santo
Route: Valle Gran Rey (from La Calera) – La Mérica – Arure
Route: La Calera – Los Reyes – La Vizcaína – El Cercado – Laguna Grande
Route: La Vizcaína – El Cercado – Las Hayas – Los Descansaderos – La Vizcaína
Route: Casa de la Seda – El Guro – Barranco de Arure – Salto de Agua
Route: La Calera – Los Reyes – El Cerrillal – La Matanza – Chipude