Climbing at an altitude of over 2,000 metres in Tenerife
The walls may not be the most vertical in the Canary Islands, but climbing in the stunning natural setting of the Cañadas, in Teide National Park, next to the highest peak in Spain - with a height of over 2000 metres - is a unique experience. Located in the centre of Tenerife, its spectacular volcanic formations have numerous designated climbing areas for all types. One of the most popular is la Cañada del Capricho with is appointed for sports and block climbing.
La Catedral and the Roques de Garcia routes
A favorite wall with climbers where unrestricted climbing is permitted is the Roque La Catedral, an impressive volcanic rock. With a maximum height of 120 metres it has a collection of routes on its west face, however the routes on its north side are the most vertical and have the best surroundings. This rock formation is part of the Roques de Garcia, one of the most visited places in the Teide National Park, with its amazing views of the Llano de Ucanca and its striking geological diversity.More information
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