Chamorga is the starting point of this route. It's one of the main population villages of La Punta de Anaga. This hamlet is preserved as it was in the past and is an exceptional example of rural life that is still alive nowadays. After descending the Chamorga ravine, we reach Roque Bermejo, the only village in Anaga that only can be reached by sea or on foot. We will continue our route to the Anaga Lighthouse, the oldest in the Canary Islands, built in 1861, which has been the northeast island lookout since ancient times. Continuing upwards, we will reach Casas de Tafada and enter the laurel forest. Along this stretch, the path owns natural viewpoints overlooking the abyss. We will finish this demanding route in a pleasant descent until we return to Chamorga.

Ascent: 1.350 m.
Descent: 1.350 m.
Walking distance: 11,7 Km.
Duration: 6 hours
Cost: from 30 €/person (4 to 8 persons)
Time and meeting point: 8:30 in Chamorga, Carretera TF-123, km. 11,8

  • AEGM-UIMLA Mountain Leader service
  • Accident and liability insurance
  • Collective security equipment required
  • Transport and travel to the starting and ending points of the activity
  • Meals, drinks, as well as any extra expenses arising during the activity

    One day hiking