Double click the thumbnails for a full-screen video slideshow of photos taken on each walk along with full route details. Where routes have more than one alternative, this has been indicated by giving the walk more than one grading.
Volcano Walk - A fascinating insight into the recent volcanic history of the island. The walk visits the site of the last eruption on the island as well as the site of the Garachico eruption. Easy to moderate
The Cauldron - a walk to a number of impressive viewpoints above the Barranco del Infierno, including the stunning 'Cauldron' easy plus to moderate +
Lunar Landscape - A walk to the Paisaje Lunar, or Lunar Landscape, a valley of weIrdly eroded volcanic pumice pinnacles high in the pine forests above Vilaflor. Moderate to moderate +
Twin Peaks - a stunningly varied walk to two mountain summits, superb views, laurel forests and a unique landscape feature in the Erjos Pools. Moderate to moderate +
Table Mountain - walk to the table topped summit of Roque del Conde, visible from the resorts of the south coast. Impressive views of the coast and the interior mountains Moderate+ to Hard
Southern Landscapes - A scenic walk through the Adeje mountains along old goatherders trails to the hamlet of Ifonche. From here, a new trail to the El Chorillo spring is followed giving superb views into the Barranco del Infierno. Moderate to moderate +
Enchanted Forest a beautiful walk in the Monte del Agua laurel forest passing the Erjos Pools, with great views of Teide and the north west coast. Moderate
The Sombrero - An excellent high altitude walk to the rim of the Las Canadas caldera and the summit of Sombrero de Chasna. Superb views of Teide and the caldera and also down to the south coast. Moderate +
These are the most popular walks but there are many others of varying grades in most parts of the island. If you are looking for a specific route or area of the island that is not mentioned in the above list, please do not hesitate to let me know and I will always try to accommodate your request.