Looking for a great trail in Teide National Park, Canary Islands? AllTrails has 22 great hiking trails, views trails, wild flowers trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 13 hard trails in Teide National Park ranging from 6.3 to 59.6 miles and from 98 to 12,116 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
2 days ago

Super itinéraire pour découvrir les 2 versants du Teide. la descente par le Pico del Viejo qui est vraiment magnifique

hiking
2 days ago

Lovely trail, spectacular views, clean air and very clearly shown trails. Highly recommended!

backpacking
rocky
8 days ago

Départ Portillo prendre sentier numéro 1 jusque fortaleza puis sentier numéro 33 qui est un peu difficile au départ et qui contourne la montagne noire . A la fin du sentier numéro 33 prendre le 22 qui revient vers le sentier numéro 1 : la boucle est terminée et retour à Portillo par le chemin numéro 1

hiking
8 days ago

Balade simple et facile qu’il est possible de faire avec des enfants. Paysages variés entre flore locale et coulée de lave.

hiking
rocky
14 days ago

great day hike in Teide national park.

hiking
no shade
15 days ago

Nice, but a lot of people at the cable car level. I had made a reservation to go to the top, which is definitely worth it. I almost wish I woulda just gone at night for the sunrise though, that would be amazing to see from there.

on Pico Viejo

hiking
rocky
23 days ago

The way was harder than i expected, but it is possible for completely unprepared ones.

hiking
off trail
scramble
washed out
1 month ago

Be warned! This is for the most part not a path you follow, it is mostly a scramble in a general direction guided by the track in AllTrails. Not for novices. You will find your way and there are quite some cairns to help out, but you will be in trouble without gps. Even though it’s only 10k, and the altitude map doesn’t look scary this trail took us well over 4 hours.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Wonderful trail! Stunning views of an unreal landscape. Unlike others, we walked the loop clockwise. Perhaps this makes the trail easier on the legs - the way we walked it I would rate it ‘moderate’. A point of attention: to leave the summit the route in AllTrails shows a path that I suspect no longer exists (we used a good 20 minutes trying to find it but only found steep drops). No problem though as there’s an alternative; from the summit backtrack a little and take a right when you can, it’s clearly marked, you’ll later on merge with the route that’s indicated in the app.

hiking
1 month ago

The Montana Blanca hike is very easy. It wasn’t planned, but I ended up going to the top of Mt Teide, which is hard, but can definitely be recommended.

hiking
1 month ago

Très belle randonnée dans le cirque du Teide. Nous vous recommandons de commencer par le dénivelé le plus abrupte si vous préférez la descente moins raide.

hiking
1 month ago

This was a very nice hike with great views along the whole route. Especially the view to Mt Teide from the top. I took a slightly different route. After about 2.5 km the route said to go left. I couldn’t see this track so I turned right instead, which was a very nice path. I can definitely recommend this hike :)

hiking
1 month ago

Tough, but worth it

hiking
1 month ago

Super randonnée. Faite avec enfants de 3 et 4 ans. Assez difficile sur les 200 derniers mètres sinon vraiment facile avec de petites pauses ici et là ! (Bug de l’enregistrement sur les premiers mètres... mes excuses...)

hiking
fee
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Great trail ! Did it today with some variations to make a nice loop instead of a one way and return trail. Here are the details : - from the parking follow the sendero 9 as advised - after approx 4km, take left to go to El Calderon and leave sendero 9 on your right (28.258431, -16.68603) - climb up to the edge of the crater, and then go to Pico Viejo - going back, follow sendero 28 until Narices del Teide (a black crater). Go round the crater on its left side and abandon there the sendero 28 which goes left, take right and then go down (from there : 28.25466, -16.680622 straight to the black lava field (you’ll see the parking in the distance), there is approx 4km left. Please notice that the way down in a bit slippery because the path is a mix of sand and small round lava rocks. Please : - check the weather before climbing (today was a perfect sunny day, 25°C at sea level, 5°C at the summit) - take sunscreen, you won’t see a tree for the whole day - take a warm cloth with you (like a light down jacket), you’ll enjoy it when walking in the windy and shaded areas at 3000m) - make sure you have adequate hiking shoes - take at least 1L of water per person and snacks - be prepare to go for a 6-7 hours walk Enjoy !

hiking
1 month ago

Great, short hike. Our route includes some detours. The path makes you feel like you’re walking on the moon!

hiking
1 month ago

Sentier très rocheux et mal balisé en arrivant au sommet. Le retour par El Sombrero est agréable. Superbe point de vue sur le Teide, les îles voisines et l’horizon infini.

Very nice trip. We made it at the end of December. We needed 5 hours. When the weather is nice you don't need to take your winter clothes with you. Very important: don't forget the sun protection.

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

Nach einem steilen und steinigen Anstieg wird man mit einem tollen Ausblick belohnt. Der Aufstieg ist jedoch nur etwas für trittsichere sowie schwindelfreie Wanderer und gutes Schuhwerk muss vorhanden sein. Bei einem Teil der Wanderung ist es nicht kein einfacher Wanderweg, sondern man muss über mehrere grosse Steine klettern.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
snow
2 months ago

Awesome hike and well worth the pain in getting up to the top. We were lucky with the weather and had warm sunny conditions with no cloud so wore shorts and tshirt the whole way. Not an easy hike for beginners but a fairly safe route most of the way until you near the top and need to be careful of loosing the track (snow fall) and very loose rocky paths to walk on. We used this app several times to check our route. Be sure to pack a hat and plenty of sun cream as there is no shade for the majority of the route.

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