August 2018

Gibraltar Top Cable Car Station

The top cable car station is at the mid point of the north/south ridge line of Gibraltar. The views are spectacular from the various terraces around the building. From here visitors can walk southwards to visit attractions such as St. Michael’s Cave or northwards to attractions such as The Great Siege Tunnels. Please read the […]

Gibraltar Cable Car Station Grand Parade

The cable car is one of three main ways of accessing the Upper Rock, the others being Taxi Tours and Walking. The present Cable Car was originally constructed in April 1966 by Von Roll of Switzerland, and was extensively refurbished by the manufacturers in 1986. The station is situated in an area called Grand Parade […]

Gibraltar Upper Rock Tips

If you are planning a trip to Gibraltar and intend to visit the Upper Rock there are several ways of doing this and you should understand these fully to get the best from your trip. The Upper Rock is a pay to enter area with a number of indoor attractions such as St. Michael’s Cave, […]

Gibraltar Green’s Lodge Battery trail

IMPORTANT NOTICE DURING 2012 THE PATH WAS CLOSED AND THE INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED FOR REFERENCE ONLY A The trail starts at an opening in the MOD fence on Signal Station Road at the point where a traffic barrier was erected several years ago. The three photographs below show the general layout of the area. […]

Gibraltar Royal Anglian Way

The path can be found on the main road which leads from Jews Gate to the upper Rock. The path provides access to the now derelict Rooke Battery and Hayne’s Cave battery. The wording on the sign is as follows; This pathway was constructed by soldiers of 2nd Bn Anglian Regt Dec 1968/em> The path […]

Gibraltar Mediterranean Steps

Mediterranean Steps is Gibraltar’s most noteworthy and beautiful mountain path. It takes its name from the series of zigzagging steps near the summit of the Rock close to O’Haras and Lord Aireys 9.2 inch gun batteries, the top section of the walk is almost vertical, with many of the steps hewn out of the limestone […]

Gibraltar Douglas Path

These steps lead up from the main road close to the Apes den at the top of the Rock. It was close to this spot that 500 Spanish soldiers climbed the east face of the Rock in 1704 led by a shepherd along an old goat path. The had made their way from Catalan Bay […]

Gibraltar Inglis Way

It is believed the path is named after a Mr Inglis of the Armed Forces during the 1800’s. However, the name may have been derived from the Spanish ‘EI camino del Ingles’, the Englishman’s Path. It is a relatively easy path, however there is a steeper rocky portion running along the side of Bruces Farm. […]

Gibraltar Charles V Wall

The Charles V Wall extends in four stages from The Apes Den at Queens Gate to the top ridge of the Rock where another large pack of Apes live. The wall is a spectacular feature on the west side of the Rock, from a military point of view, its zigzag design is a highly effective […]

Gibraltar public footpath from town

The old public footpath from town provides another way for walkers to access the various roads, pathways and attractions in the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. A The footpath from town to the Upper Rock can be found by locating the Garrison Library opposite the Elliot Hotel. Travel upwards along the side of the Garrison Library, […]


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