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Túneles de Marcos y Cordero is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near San Andrés y Sauces, La Palma, Spain that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Length 5.6 mi Elevation gain 2,939 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Nature trips Cave River Views Waterfall Washed out No dogs
Waypoints (16)
1
Tunel 1 - 87 mts
28.76973, -17.81514
2
Tunel 2 - 15 mts
28.76699, -17.81614
3
Tunel 3- 347 mts
28.76447, -17.81884
4
Tunel 4 - 22 mts
28.76344, -17.82179
5
Tunel 5 - 113 mts
28.7616, -17.82238
6
Tunel 6 - 53 mts
28.76253, -17.82332
7
Tunel 7 - 14 mts
28.76378, -17.82377
8
Tunel 8 - 44 mts
28.7639, -17.82591
9
Tunel 9 - 44 mts
28.76398, -17.82649
10
Tanquilla
28.76325, -17.82749
11
Tunel 10 - 58 mts
28.76239, -17.82798
12
Tunel 11 - 42 mts
28.76235, -17.82885
13
Tunel 12 - 97 mts
28.76221, -17.82993
14
Casa ada del Marcos
28.76309, -17.83045
15
Tunel 13 - 139 mts
28.76537, -17.82988
16
Cascada del Cordero
28.76661, -17.83312
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Reviews (3)
Photos (7)
Recordings (2)
Completed (5)
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pas yague
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Increíble el bosque de silos para mi lo mejor

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Jeroen van Vliet
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Up on good road, not much to see. Tunnels and spring part very beautifull. Steep descent, last part pretty and cool viewpoint. Last km's back to the main road easy and good view.

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Anne Amber
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Beautiful hike, getting steeper and more strenuous as you ascend to >1300m. The views get better and better, and by the time you arrive at the springs the panorama of the barranca is terrific. The path is narrow at a few places, but never bad, and the steep drops are usually broken by the trees. my husband with vertigo experienced no difficulties on this hike. the gentle hike from the springs to casa del monte through the tunnels was totally worth the climb. descend back to las lomadas in about 1,5 hour.

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