20.09.2014 - News

Royal way will work again after restoration

One of the most dangerous in the world footpaths reopen renovated next year in Spain.

Royal road, footpath width of one meter, which cuts through the gorge Gaitanes in southern Spain, was closed to visitors for over 10 years after the trip for 5 people ended fatally.

A narrow concrete track was in poor condition, representing a serious threat even for experienced climbers.

However, in 2011, began overhaul. We have built new stands and fences repaired same track. Repair was carried out at the expense of Andalusian and Malazkoho governments. L hope to cover thanks to the great popularity of the pedestrian walkway when it opens for fans of extreme sport in 2015.

Despite the fact that entry yet closed, and with offenders who dare get in the way of territory, fine of £ 4,700, many adventurers and get out on the walkway, which was built over 100 years ago and initially intended employee hydropower stations that are close by.

Author: Anastasiia Trepyton
Source: independent.co.uk