Great Walks in Tenerife
Embark on an adventurous day of hillwalking with our day-trek to the summit of Mount Teide, where you can enjoy stunning views of Tenerife and the neighbouring Islands.
A great walk from Arona to the remote hamlet of Ifonche with lunch in a Canarian Restaurant
An amazing walk in varied landscapes including pine forests, lava flows and young volcanos.
Climb Tenerife's 4th highest summit and walk out through ash fields and pine forests to the mountain town of Vilaflor.
A stunning gorge walk from the 'lost village' of Masca down to the beach where we are met by a boat to take us back to Los Gigantes.
A simple summit in the stunning volcanic landscapes of the Teide National Park.
The Anaga Mountains are located on the north-east of Tenerife and offer a stunning environment for walkers. Ideal if you are visiting by cruise ship and are looking for an interesting way to spend a shore day.
At 2715m Guajara is Tenerife's 4th highest mountain and towers majestically over the National Park with its turret-like cliffs and shear faces. Its literally begging to be climbed.
A walk through the pine forest to a spectacular pumice formation nestled in a remote valley.
Two walks for the price of one in Parque Nacional del Teide. A great environment day perfect for learning more about the ecosystems and geological processes of the National Park.
A stunning mountain which offers unbeatable views of the National Park and scenic trails through the pine forests.
A hugely varied walk in easy terrain which takes in ponds, peaks and ancient woodlands
The dominant peak of the south coast. Roque del Conde rises high above the tourist resorts of Los Cristianos and Playa de Las Americas and offeres a great chance to learn more about the local area.
A great walk for beginners or those looking to learn more about the agrian past of the colonial era of Tenerife
A full day out in the Anaga Rural Park, taking in laurel forests, dragon trees, rugged coastlines and a lighthouse at the 'end of the earth'.
If you thought Tenerife was dry and desolate, the Anaga peninsula will make you think again. Taganana and the valley of Afur, together comprise one of the wettest parts of the island, leading to a unique landscape shaped by the errosive powers of nature.
A stunning hike up Pico Viejo (3135m), Tenerife's 2nd Highest Peak with its huge volcanic crater.