Afraid of heights? Do NOT watch this video.

Thanks Dave Adlard. This freaks me out.

Cliff walk El Camino del Rey (King’s pathway) in Spain.

Originally built in 1901, this walkway now serves as an approach to makinodromo, the famous climbing sector of El Chorro.

… The walkway has now gone many years without maintenance, and is in a highly deteriorated and dangerous state. It is one meter (3 ft) in width, and is over 700 feet (200 m) above the river. Nearly all of the path has no handrail. Some parts of the walkway have completely collapsed and have been replaced by a beam and a metallic wire on the wall. Many people have lost their lives on the walkway in recent years. After four people died in two accidents in 1999 and 2000, the local government closed the entrances. However, adventurous tourists still find their way into the walkway.

Caminito del Rey – Wikipedia

I want to do it!

7 Replies to “Afraid of heights? Do NOT watch this video.”

  1. Holllly sh!t!!!!! That guy/girl is insane… cant tell from the shadow hair.. lmao looks a tad female lol BUT GODDAMN
    scared me from a damn screen… magine the real thing!?

  2. Insane. I could of sworn they were gonna go through some of those paths. Maybe thats what became of the 4 people who died on this trail. Sucky way to die.

  3. WOW, that is so awesome. And the camera was always smooth no shaking. seems like the person done it a hundred times.My daughter wants to go there now lol.

  4. My co-worker suggested our department walk El Camino Del Rey as a team building excercise. Yeah, that would work, we’d all be building up a unified and life time supply of fertilizer. What a way to bond!

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