El Caminito Del Rey: Home of World’s Most Dangerous Path

Adrenaline trekkers are flocking to Spain’s El Caminito Del Rey which dubbed as most dangerous path in the world. The 110-year old path became the favorites for hair-raising adventurists want to experience the hell above 330-feet.

El Caminito Del Rey was built in 1905 also known as King’s Pathway for workers to travel between two hydroelectric power plants. In 2000, it was closed when two workers plunge to death when crossing the most dangerous path of the world.

Much of the one-meter wide walkway is in crumbling conditions due to rusting, gaping holes, no handrails and sections have completely smashed down. A makeshift wire attached only to the rock to give some slight degree of safety for walkers crossing the path. But for others they don’t give much attention to any safety equipment at all.

Witness them going the thrill of life in one mistake move: heaven or hell?

El Caminito Del Rey

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El Caminito Del Rey

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El Caminito Del Rey

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