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Guidebook covering the best walks to be found on the island of Tenerife. The 45 routes range from simple day walks, to long distance trails along the GR131, and hiking routes on El Teide. Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, boasts walking routes of many types, set in stunning natural scenery.
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This guidebook to 45 day walks and treks on Tenerife in the Canary islands explores the coast and mountains of Tenerife with walks ranging between 4 and 32km, with short, easy strolls suitable for walkers of all abilities, to long and challenging routes.
Detailed route descriptions are illustrated with the author's own clear contour mapping and colour photographs. This guide is one of a five-part series of guides to the walking on the Canary Islands.
Tenerife, as a popular winter sun destination, provides a fascinating and varied landscape for walkers to explore, including the Tenerife section of the long-distance GR131 which links all the Canaries.
The guide is split into seven sections - Anaga, Teno, Arona/Guía, Valle de la Orotava, Parque Nacional and El Teide - covering all the best walking to be had on the island, including the rugged 'Three Peaks of Tenerife' route, climbing Guajara, Pico Viejo and finally El Teide. Walks also explore the Parque Nacional del Teide, Las Cañadas, Corona Forestal, Teno and an ascent of El Teide itself, Spain's highest mountain.
Alongside the 45 routes in this guide, are essential practical details on travel to and around Tenerife, as well as advice on accommodation and preparation, as well as information on the history, geology and culture of the largest of the Canary Islands.
Walk 15 - Barranco del Infierno
This walk was closed for a few years, but is now open again. Access is strictly controlled and must be booked in advance. See www.barrancodelinfierno.es/en/ for details.
Walk 21 - The upper part of this walk, from Boca Tauce to the 'era' is closed. The main problem occurs after the forestry house, where the route passes beneath a cliff. There is a danger of rockfall at this point, and as a result the path is dangerous. As it is no longer being used, it has also become overgrown.
|The Fortunate Isles|
|When to go|
|Health and safety|
|Food and drink|
|Walking on Tenerife|
|What to take|
|Waymarking and access|
|Food and drink|
|Tourist information offices|
|Using this guide|
|Walk 1 Pico del Inglés to Valleseco|
|Walk 2 Igueste de San Andrés to Chamorga|
|Walk 3 Chamorga, El Draguillo and Almáciga|
|Walk 4 Almáciga, Benijo and El Draguillo|
|Walk 5 Taganana, Afur and La Cumbre|
|Walk 6 Afur, Taborno and Pico del Inglés|
|Walk 7 Cruz del Carmen, Chinamada and Punta del Hidalgo|
|Walk 8 Cruz del Carmen, El Batán and Punta del Hidalgo|
|Walk 9 Los Poleos and Volcán Chinyero|
|Walk 10 Garachico to San José de los Llanos|
|Walk 11 Santiago del Teide, Chinyero and Erjos|
|Walk 12 Erjos to Punta de Teno|
|Walk 13 Erjos, Las Portelas and Masca|
|Walk 14 Barranco de Masca|
|Walk 15 Barranco del Infierno|
|Walk 16 Arona and Roque del Conde|
|Walk 17 Arona and Roque Imoque|
|Walk 18 La Escalona, Ifonche and Adeje|
|Walk 19 Vilaflor and Montaña de la Vica|
|Walk 20 Vilaflor and the Paisaje Lunar|
|Walk 21 Boca de Tauce to Chirche|
|Valle de la Orotava|
|Walk 22 Camino de Candelaria – Aguamansa to Arafo|
|Walk 23 La Caldera and Camino El Topo|
|Walk 24 La Caldera and Ruta del Agua|
|Walk 25 El Portillo to Realejo Alto|
|Walk 26 Izaña and Volcán de Fasnia|
|Walk 27 El Portillo and Alto de Guamasa|
|Walk 28 El Portillo and Arenas Negras|
|Walk 29 El Portillo and Montaña Blanca|
|Walk 30 El Filo to Parador|
|Walk 31 Parador and ascent of Guajara|
|Walk 32 Parador and circuit of Guajara|
|Walk 33 Parador and Roques de GarcÍa|
|Walk 34 Parador and Montaña Majúa|
|Walk 35 Parador, Valle de Ucanca and Vilaflor|
|Walk 36 Parador to Las Lajas and Vilaflor|
|Walk 37 El Teide via Montaña Blanca|
|Walk 38 El Teide via Pico Viejo|
|Walk 39 El Teide via Roques de GarcÍa|
|Walk 40 The Three Peaks of Tenerife|
|GR 131 – Arona to La Esperanza|
|Walk 41 GR 131 – Arona to Vilaflor|
|Walk 42 GR 131 – Vilaflor to Parador|
|Walk 43 GR 131 – Parador to El Portillo|
|Walk 44 GR 131 – El Portillo to La Caldera|
|Walk 45 GR 131 – La Caldera to La Esperanza|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Topographical glossary|
|Appendix C Useful contacts|