I have noted with great anticipation that the refurbished Caminito Del Rey will open this week. The opening was originally scheduled for today, but has been delayed because Spain is in mourning for the recent air tragedy.
I would like to go there with my son and his friend, both 10, possibly a group of a dozen during Easter break in two weeks. I do NOT want to walk the full 4 km of the path, instead just along on the board-walk for maybe 200 meters, have a view, have a snack, take some pictures, and then return to the control point. Strike it off the bucket list and provide a thrilling memory for the children.
The board-walk part is acceptably safe. The part beyond the board-walk requires sportsman-level fitness and a passion for adrenaline.
The question: Is there a minimum age threshold? Common sense says there must be and it would be a shame to go all that way and get turned back. The booking part of the site is in Spanish and perhaps there is info there, but it doesn't seem to work with Google Chrome.
Adding 26 March 2015
We have previously been on the Grand Canyon Skywalk, which I am assuming is comparable...