Anybody got any recommendations for a walking holiday in Spain/Portugal that won't get friends caught up in spring snows?
Open to guided options if anyone wants to recommend or towt (sp?) themselves.
Siurana and (especially) Montsant is worth checking out, I've only climbed there, but explored a bit on rest days. It is magnificent. Dave McCleod put up a short video (Run Forever?) which gives you a flavour.
Hi, We are a group of British IML's based in Lanjaron on the edge of the Alpujarra and Sierra Nevada between Granada and the coast at Salobrena. There is some fantastic hill walking here and we'd be happy to advise you if you want to organise your own trip. There are plenty of walks at lower altitudes for the non snow lovers! http://sierranevadaguides.co.uk/alpujarra/
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