Eastern end of Teide National Park is one of the least frequented areas of this natural space, which since 2007 has been recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This route runs along Abeque volcanic ridge and is the youngest geological area, in Tenerife island. We will walk between volcanic bombs, corded lava and near a series of caves, which forms a large volcanic tube. That is an amazing landscape with little vegetation and with hardly any no human activity. Here, the black colours of the slag and ochre of the most oxidised areas dominate, in contrast to the green of the sparse pine forests that we will find along the route. This route will not leave anyone indifferent.

Ascent: 446 m.
Descent: 441 m.
Walking distance: 9,24 Km.
Duration: 4/5 hours
Cost: from 30 €/person (4 to 8 persons)
Time and meeting point: 9:00 at Mirador de Samara, Road TF-38, Km. 7,6

  • 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