First of all, here’s a confession.
Twitter gave me the idea for this. Specifically a British walker on holiday on Tenerife who’d posted a selection of photos from walking routes we’d recommended. They looked great. Tenerife looked great. It was a simple, yet effective way of getting across how sensational walking on the island is.
I use images a lot on our sites anyway, but I’m also wordy rappinghood. So, for a change, I’m just going to let photos do all the work, starting with the Los Órganos route in the Orotava Valley.
Walking through the forest is not only beautiful walking with the heady aroma of scented pines accompanying you, the trees provide welcome shade from the sun.
The classic Orotava Valley view, across the forest to Mount Teide. Simply one of the best Tenerife vistas.
A fantastic rock viewing platform with views across the north coast. Fantastic if you have the nerve to stand on it, there’s a sheer drop below.
There never used to be a wooden barrier at this point. It’s now a far more relaxing spot to pause and enjoy the scenery.
Tenerife’s green scene. Not what many visualise when they think of Tenerife. We love it.
Some sections of the path have been made more secure, but there’s still a wildness to it that adds a sense of adventure to walking narrow paths beside steep ravines.