ADRA council has organised a programme of hearty hikes aimed especially at young people. Unveiling details of ‘Adra en la Senda’, Youth councillor Antonio Sanchez explained there would be 16 different walks in Almeria and Granada over the 2019-2020 season, beginning with the low level difficulty four-hour Gollizno route in Moclin on October 20.
Other trips lined up between now and June include the La Molata route in Cabo de Gata, the Los Molinos route in Fiñana, hikes in different areas of the Sierra Nevada, a route in the Gador mountains and a hike through the Tabernas desert. “For this government team it is important to offer proposals for the enjoyment of our young people”, the councillor commented. The youth are a section of society who “merit special attention”, he added. Sanchez said the local administration wanted to offer young people leisure activities which are “educational and above all healthy.”
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The hike programme offers routes of varying levels of difficulty, the easiest suitable for children as young as six, according to the council. The local authority also said the routes would appeal to all hiking enthusiasts and are in beautiful natural locations.
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