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PR-TF 65 de Los Gigantes is a 7.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Santiago del Teide, Tenerife, Spain that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 7.9 mi Elevation gain 3,110 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Beach Views Wild flowers Wildlife Rocky No shade Historic site
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Esta ruta comienza en Los Gigantes y atraviesa las montañas del Parque Rural de Teno en Tenerife. Este sendero no se dirige específicamente al popular El Bujero, pero es un pequeño viaje lateral desde esta ruta. Esta ruta pasa a través de pequeños túneles, así que es recomendable llevar una linterna o usar la del teléfono móvil. La popular ruta al Barranco de Masca está cerca. Hay otros puntos de partida a esta área desde el lado Tamaimo.

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Tomasz Warmuz
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Great, however quite hard. Very poor marking. Done clickwise, used tunnels, the lower one and the second near to small destroyed house. Light is must have. Also lot of water and sunscreen cream. And good map with GPS.

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Deyana Stoeva
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HikingClosedNo shadeRockyScramble

The trail is closed. There is no sign letting you know that the trail is closed until half way through the hike at the highest point. You then have to turn around and go back. There’s no shade at all, bring a lot of water and food. And probably don’t do the hike in the middle of a sunny day when it’s 30 degrees in July.

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Ruurd Heijting
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Road is closed on the seaside

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Damir Kucherenko
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It's a great track! The only advice is to make it clockwise and start with tunnel In this case last part will be not so pretty but you'll be glad to go down and take a rest)

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Rory Carrillo
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Hiked in october in 30 degrees. Make sure you take a lot of water, some food and sunscreen. You are in the bare sun for the majority of this hike. Wear hiking shoes and a hat. Trail has markers - orange and white spray paint on rocks. Overall, breathtaking views once you get to the water side. We took a tunnel El Natero No5 - flashlight needed. Took us 5 hours. It was difficult.

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Fran De Molina
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Birgitte skov Andersen
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