Teide Mountain Hiking
• Experience the spectacular volcanic landscapes at Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
• Take in the stunning aerial views from the cable car and the upper station at 3,555 m altitude
• Travel in the company of a helpful guide and let us take care of all arrangements, including tickets, parking fees and picnic lunch, so you can focus on enjoying your day
Your tour begins at your hotel, where your adventure guide will pick you up at the prearranged time. Enjoy the views as we drive through the beautiful pine forests of Corona Forestal and the moonlike landscape of Teide National Park. Covering an area of 190 km² your expert guide will point out all the best sights and landmarks in the park.
The lower cable car station is situated on the slopes of Mount Teide, the world’s third highest volcano. Enjoy stunning views in all directions during the 8-minute journey to the upper station at 3,555m above sea level. Admire the fantastic sea of clouds as well as the volcanic Las Cañadas cliffs and the kettle-like caldera caused by a volcanic eruption. You also get a clear view of the peculiar Roque Cinchado rock formation, possibly the most photographed rock in the world!
From here, continue to see even more awe-inspiring views on foot. There are two hiking routes, both of which will pass through different coloured rock and lava formations, leading to scenic viewpoints that can be reached within thirty minutes.
Enjoy fantastic views of Tenerife and the surrounding islands and learn the story behind how the Canary Islands were formed from your guide. On a clear day it’s possible to even see all seven of the Canary Islands from here. A light lunch of fresh baguettes caps off your day, before the journey back to your hotel.
- Professional guides
- Transportation in an air-conditioned van
- Cable car ticket
- Snacks & beverages on the hike
- Rain jackets, walking sticks (if needed)
- Picnic lunch
- Photos of the day
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- Hiking or sports footwear
- Teide with a cable car is not recommended for people with heart or respiratory problems, pregnant women, or children under the age of 10
- The changes in altitude and thinner air might cause nausea, dizziness or mountain sickness. Consult your doctor before planning your visit
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- The road to Teide National Park is winding and might cause car sickness
- The final ascent to the top of the crater is not included due to it’s difficulty and challenge
- The weather conditions in the National Park can change rapidly; the temperature drops and it can get windier up on the mountain
- The terrain on the trail is at times rocky and challenging
- Wear warm, accommodating clothing, preferably wind and waterproof jacket
- Please wear proper hike or sports footwear
- Bring gloves and a hat just in case the weather gets cold
- Sunglasses and sunblock