For first time walkers on Tenerife, it might help to have a picture of what it’s like to actually walk on the island, so here are ten things to take into consideration before heading out on the Tenerife trail. […]
Wherever we travel, we use the country’s Met Office website to plan either where we’re going to walk, what clothes we need to wear and even if we’re going to walk at all. […]
In one 72 hour period in 2014 10 different walkers had to be rescued from Tenerife’s trails. Here are ten ways where walking on Tenerife is regularly underestimated. […]
Writing a post about whether Tenerife is a suitable winter walking destination at the start of January might seem as though I’ve been a bit slow off the blocks. […]
It looks as though we got the prediction we made on the home page of Real Tenerife right…just. Admittedly you have to look closely to confirm it is actually snow, but the inclement weather up high on Tenerife yesterday has definitely left a slight dusting of snow; the first of the season. […]
The Eastern Canary Islands were on a yellow alert for heavy rain today as a storm front passed on it’s way north, but that seems to have missed the islands and the normal ‘green’ has been resumed. However, it looks as though it’s the fringes of that weather front that is causing the cloud forecast for today. […]
AEMet didn’t do great with their forecast for the north and the east last week; it was simply sunny and very, very hot all over Tenerife. There was cloud in the north on Tuesday, but apart from that it was sunshine all the way. […]
The Spanish Met Office’s hot weather alerts are becoming a regular part of each week during this summer on Tenerife.
A yellow alert has been put in place from 9am this morning until 7pm on Saturday (at the moment). […]
Las week has got to be one of the weirdest weeks for weather that you’ll find on Tenerife and proof that there are only two certainties in life.
We all know that rain at the coast on Tenerife just doesn’t happen in August on Tenerife…or do we? […]
Here is an advisory press release issued by the Tenerife Cabildo on Wednesday 11 August: As of today the Island Corporation’s ban includes no lighting of fires of any kind in recreation and BBQ areas… […]