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It's a great path which isn't used too much. I would recommend coming down the steps. Than you save the best for last and won't you mind the road (and all the taxi's so much). Going up with the road is rather easy and you...More
A little bit difficult to find the start of the path, and we had a bit of similar confusion near the top when there appears to be a dead end - it isn’t but the path is not entirely obvious. It’s a mixture of steps...More
Highly recommend trek up the Med steps, although you have to get a clear day of which there are normally quite a few. You are guaranteed lovely views from the upper rock. Take your time and make the most of the scenery.
Mediterranean Steps is definitely the most pristine and memorable way to get to the top of the Rock of Gibraltar. The whole path from the ticket counter to the top takes between 45 and 60 minutes, and is steep at times. It is not exposed,...More
Strenuous but worth every gasping step! The views across the Med are second to none. Its steep and the steps are often sloping paths but I've managed it several times now and I am a lot less than fit. No good for walking disabilities though...More
If you are reasonably fit and capable of walking over uneven paths, then the steps should be on the bucket list. Quite an arduous walk, but done at your own pace easily manageable. The bus driver will show you where to get off on the...More
There is some lovely views around Gibralter but the views from the steps were fantastic. It's tool me a good 3 hours to do but I stopped often to rest and enjoy the views. My mate can do it in 30 to 40 minutes but...More
While the remotely accessed views on the east side of the Rock of Gibraltar are lovely, this hike that goes from O'Hara's Battery at the top, down many crumbling steps and rocks and then levels out (somewhat) and takes you around the east side of...More