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Six of our favourite rural watering holes on Tenerife

January 15, 2019 Jack 0

When we select walking routes to include in our guides we like them to possess certain ingredients. Ingredients which we want from a walk, the sort of things which elevate them to be more than just a nice walk with lovely views. One of these ingredients is, whenever it’s possible, that there’s somewhere amiable nearby to enjoy a post-walk beer. […]

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Start the New Year with easy walking on Tenerife

January 3, 2019 Jack 0

Over the years we categorised our favourite routes so that when friends of varying walking capabilities visited we could pick out routes to suit, often these would be the ones which also worked for getting fitness levels back up post festive season i.e. relatively easy Tenerife routes of under 10km. […]

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Seven links to the past to see walking on Tenerife

December 2, 2018 Jack 0

The mention of Anaga’s terraces got me thinking about other links to the past which we’ve become so used to seeing that we barely register them. There are many remnants of the past to be found in the Tenerife countryside, here are six more. […]

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Why Masca Barranco had to be closed

March 12, 2018 Jack 16

The straw which broke the camel’s back was a group of walkers who, despite an orange level weather alert for heavy rain and strong winds, still decided to tackle the Masca Barranco. […]