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Trails in the Teide National Park


There is an extensive network of trails in the Teide National Park, providing access to some interesting spots. Bearing in mind criteria of safety, comfort, familiarity with the terrain and enjoyment of visitors, the Park administration recommends that people take the following guided trail tours and non-guided routes. There are other trails as well, but these are too dangerous and too long to make them advisable for most people.

The National Park Trail Network can be freely used. the only path with restricted access is nº 10 La Rambleta-Pico del Teide.

Guided trails for the general public

The National Park´s interpretation service offers the following guided tours free of charge. You need to book in advance with the National Park Office (Phone: 922 922 371 )

From  To  Time 
Centro de Visitantes(El Portillo) Siete Cañadas 4 to 5 hrs

Roque del Peral 2 hrs

La Fortaleza 3 1/2 hrs

Arenas Negras 2 hrs

Risco Verde 3 hrs

Jardín del Centro de Visitantes 30 a 45 min
La Ruleta Roques de García 2 1/2 hrs

Self-guided tours

 Certain routes in the National Park are suitable for visitors to do the routes on their own. These include the following ones:

From   To Time 
Montaña Blanca Centro de Visitantes 2 hrs (4 Km.)
Montaña Majúa Parador Nacional 2 hrs (6 Km.)
Centro de Visitantes Parador Nacional (Siete Cañadas) 4 to 5 hrs (16 Km.)
Jardín del Centro de Visitantes
30 to 45 min. (1 Km.)
Votos(s): 2. Resultado: 5
Montaña Blanca y el Teide
Montaña Blanca y el Teide