It is quite simply the ultimate walking route on Tenerife, and possibly all of the Canary Islands. To hike to the summit of the highest Spanish mountain, Mount Teide is quite an achievement to have on your hiking CV. […]
There are a few iconic shots on Tenerife and the view of Roque Cinchado with El Teide in the background is one of them. So much so it made it onto a Spanish banknote (in Peseta days). […]
For walkers who enjoy solitude and having nature if not exactly to themselves but without an army of selfie-takers clogging up the surrounding scenery […]
Teide National Park isn’t just about the third largest volcano in the world,. The crater which partly surrounds Teide’s bulk is 17km in circumference, its innards an explosive legacy of volcanic spewing… […]
Stepping out of the Teide Parador at 8.30am, our feet crunch on the frosty surface where the sun has not yet crept to warm the earth. Behind us, Mount Teide blazons in the afterglow of her crimson sunrise… […]
You’ve got your heart set on stepping out into the sunshine and making tracks for the great Tenerife countryside to explore virgin forests and breathe in sweeping vistas that will make your heart soar… […]
We were ready to set off on our traditional Boxing Day walk and we´d chosen to hike to La Fortaleza.
When we set off, we discovered that we’re not the only ones who traditionally take a walk on this day as the path that leads from behind the visitor centre was unusually busy with hikers of every nationality. […]