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self guided trekking support with Mules
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Trekking Self Guided
Trekking Self Guided

Self Guided Walking Trekking Sierra Nevada

Firsts class support services for Self Guided Walking and Trekking groups in the Sierra Nevada

Airport transfers, accommodation, mountain drop off/pick up points, equipment hire and advice from the people who live here.

Dates- Year Round

Accommodation - hotels from €30 per person per night (sharing)

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How It Works?

  • Choose dates required? - no restriction. Any start date, any duration. 365 days a year. 300+ days sun!
  • Choose which airport? - Granada (45 mins), Malaga (2hrs), Almeria (2hrs)
  • Choose type of accommodation? - See our accommodation page
  • Contact us - See our contact page

Further Information

Pick up/drop off in Granada (Alhambra area) or Lanjaron, Alpujarras

Trip Reports Photos Mountains, environment & safety

What do we provide?

  • Airport transfers - as selected by you
  • Accommodation - as selected by you
  • Advice regarding current mountain conditions - also see our Weather Page
  • Option - choice of graded walks A, B, C or D (See panel right)
  • Option - laminated maps and route cards
  • Drop off and pick up for all routes selected. This gives you the option to choose round trips or linear walks
  • Equipment or any gear hire - See our gear selection This saves weight (cost!)on airlines
  • Option "Food for the mountains" - dehydrated, packed lunches, breakfasts, trail food etc all available
  • Satellite communicators and access to emergency services at all times (vast areas of the Sierras have no mobile signal!)

Mules and Donkeys

We can also arrange for mule/donkley transport with muleteer to accompany you. This allows your group to travel light and in style! Costs are:

  • Routes of 1 day - €50 a bag
  • Routes of more than 1 day - €40 a bag
  • Maximum weight per bag is 20 kg
  • Minimum of 2 backpacks

Photos from supported Los Tres Miles trek