It merely remained to go back to El Chorro station and return to Malaga.
It was wonderful to be on solid ground again.
However, there is a bit of a climb to do.
You look back at that thin line crossing the rock face and you think, I was there.
More about the gorge.
Interesting establishment across the river.
Looking back at the bridge.
Another rail bridge.
Photos of the bridges being built. It must have been a stupendous effort.
More gum trees.
The lake behind the dam which I had crossed in the bus earlier in the day.
Hydro power. Notice the tower on top of the mountain behind.
The house. It must have a stupendous view but how do you get up there?
A welcome beer.
I had over an hour to wait for the 15:13 train which arrived about 15 minutes late. There were a few drops of rain but nothing heavy. You need to check the forecast before you go because they close the walk if the weather is bad. I was lucky with both Gibraltar and this walk.
Not my train, but one just like it.
So if you visit Malaga, consider doing this walk. I saw ladies older than I am doing it so you can do it too. Just keep plodding along.
I recorded the walk. The bus ride is on the western side heading north. The walk is on the eastern side heading south.
Another version from Viewranger.