Though it was nicknamed the most dangerous hike in the world back in the 1990s, its safety measures have been reinforced with the renovations made in 2015.
The walkway was reopened for the public, with reinforced railings with iron mesh, safety helmets, and guidelines for visitors to enjoy the hike. Nowadays only 1100 visitors are allowed per day, and they are required to book their visit in advance.
This route is around 7km long and the terrain is made up of pathways through forest and woodland. But great part of the route is on a very secure wooden platform firmly attached to the steep sides of the El Chorro gorge in the valley of Malaga.