The province of Granada offers a lot of beautiful hikes, from easy afternoon walks to high mountain adventures. Of course a lot of those you can find in the mountains of Sierra Nevada, but there are also amazingly beautiful hikes through the natural parks of Sierra de Huetor and Sierra de la Alfaguara which are next to our house.

On this page we are linking you a few selected hikes, most of which we recorded ourselves. In the first section you can find the ones starting from our hostel, for many of those you don´t even need a car 🙂

Below you will find a few selected hikes, that we can highly recommend. The town of Cogollos Vega has some more hikes on Wikiloc for you.

If you need any more information, feel free to contact us!

You can find all hikes with their GPS tracks on the platforms Wikiloc, Outdooractive and komoot, see the links below each hike.

Hikes from the hostel

The main hike of Cogollos Vega going up the high peak of the
Peñon de la Mata where you have a 360 degree view around and to the mountains of the Sierra Nevada.

An easy and beautiful round trip hike from the hostel, through forests with incredibly nice views to the village of Cogollos.

An easy and relaxing round trip hike from the hostel, through the pine tree forests of the Sierra de Huetor, passing spanish civil war bunkers and with some Sierra Nevada views included.

A very short walk from the hostel, passing the impressive climbing areas of El Goteron and La Campana and enjoying views from the mountain ridge.

A proper and beautiful mountain hike on the other side of Cogollos. You can reach the start point by bus from the hostel!

Hikes in Sierra Nevada

A quiet round trip on the border of Sierra Nevada with beautiful nature and amazing views to the high mountains.

Requires a bit more experience for the rather steep ascent to Pico de la Carne.

Other hikes around Granada

A beautiful hike through the heart of the Sierra de Huetor, passing some impressive caves, cool waterfalls and an amazing view point to Sierra Nevada on one side and Sierra de Huetor mountains on the other.