Las Chorreras

7.5 km   2h 30 min   306 m   Easy   Easy   Easy    

This walk starts from Borreguiles, at the top of the cable car. The first part of the walk isn’t particularly attractive, as it goes through part of the ski resort. After that, however, the countryside becomes much prettier, and there are some great views. The last part of the walk takes you down into the Dilar valley. Here there are lots of small streams and some lush meadows that are perfect for a picnic.

Level The route is easy to follow and the terrain is mostly undemanding on wide tracks and roads.

One thing to bear in mind is that although the walk is straightforward, there is a small risk that you will suffer altitude sickness, in which case you will need to head back down.

For a longer hike, this walk could be combined with our Laguna de las Yeguas walk.

When to go The walk is only possble when the ski lifts are open, usually from late June to the end of August.

Water It is best to take water with you as it is not advised to drink the water from the high mountain streams

Location: NW Sierra Nevada, Pradollano The walk starts from above the Sierra Nevada ski station at Pradollano


By car: From Granada take the A-395 marked to Sierra Nevada. Park at the ski station and take the cable car to Borreguiles (middle of the ski station).

By bus: from Granada bus station (1 bus per day). Click here for more information and links to current timetables.

Ski lifts: From late June to the end of August the ski station runs a summer lift service using a cable car and one of the chairlifts. More information on the ski station website (during the summer season only).

Download PDF information sheet with a detailed map, altitude profile and step-by-step description of the walk to print and take with you.

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DISCLAIMER: While we have made every effort to ensure that this information is accurate, conditions can change, and always remember that you are responsible for your own safety.