This walkway now serves as an aproach to Makinodromo, the famous climbing sector of El Chorro in Spain's Andalucia. And it is the hairiest path. The area of El Chorro situated in the south of Spain is renowned amongst travelers and mountain hikers for its stunning scenery and climbs, yet this is not the main attraction on offer, El Chorro is host to one of the most dangerous walkways in the world, built by workers to transport materials between the Chorro and Gaitanejo Falls. El Chorro is one of the most famous sport climbing destinations in the world, offering everything from easy slabs to steep tuff climbing with approximately 2000 routes to choose. The name comes from the huge limestone canyon that extends through the Guadalhorce mountain range and is situated from 58km from Malaga. The rout contains the dramatic walkway 'El Camino Del Rey' or 'Path of the King' the famous Kings Walk.