Home of Guayota, God of fire. This is the most popular trail in Teide National Park, leading to the peak of the volcano, at an altitude of 3,718 metres. The hike starts at three o’clock in the afternoon and finishes at noon the day after.
During this hike we can see several ecosystems that are very important in the Canary Islands, such as the Canarian pine forest, laurisilva, and tabaibales areas. We will be going through places where wheat was threshed more than a century ago.
This branch starts at the PR-TF 83.1 trail in area known as El Aserradero, near the cliff of Risco de Los Muertos. The trail transports us to a not too distant past, when the forest was a key part of the local livelihood.
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