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Exploring the Barranco de las Angustias


Highlights
How to Enjoy Carnival on Tenerife
Deserted beach and abandoned salt pans in Lanzarote
La Palma: A Heaven for Stargazing
Experience participating in Transgrancanaria
A Road Trip Around the North of Fuerteventura
A Journey to the end of the World, or to Punta de Orchilla
Diversity on the rocks: Hundreds of unique species
La Gomera, the romantic getaway
Following a Tapas Route on Tenerife
Enjoy a trek to the highest point in Lanzarote
Fiesta de la Cruz on La Palma
Gran Canaria’s Other Rock: Sacred Roque Bentayga
A day in the outback of Fuerteventura
Walking to the Beautiful Valley on La Gomera
"Fototrek” an amazing annual photographic adventure in El Hierro
An incredible Whale & Dolphin watching experience in Tenerife
The secret white sand beaches of Lanzarote
On the sunny side: Los Llanos de Aridane
Exploring South Fuerteventura by Car
The Best Bit of Las Canteras Beach is Underwater
La Gomera, lush and beautiful
Paragliding above the valley of El Hierro. What an experience!
Three ways to enjoy Teide in Tenerife
Tasting Lanzarote: Cosecha 2015
La Palma, a taste of the tropics
Jardín Canario Viera y Clavijo, one of the highlights of Gran Canaria
From a Magic Spring to a Secret Lake, Five Curiosities on La Gomera
Jinama and Charco Azul
Amazing boat excursion to the Archipiélago Chinijo marine reserve
Lanzarote sunrises
La Palma: a Treasure Trove of landscapes in One Island
Viewpoint Mirador de la Peña, the smallest hotel of the world and the giant lizard
A Hike Around Gran Canaria's Volcanic Hotspot
Fuerteventura, Strong Wind
La Gomera: A day visiting dolphins and whales
Lanzarote fishing: Fresh fish for lunch
Exploring the Historic Centre of La Laguna
“Ruta de la Tapa” in Valverde
Driving the Las Mimbreras road
Discover the Beautiful North of Lanzarote by Car
Excursion to the Isla de Lobos
La Gomera – a rural tourism paradise
Festival of La Bajada de la Virgen de los Reyes
A morning in Santa Cruz de La Palma
The water route, Valverde and the Bonanza rock
Exploring the San Juan Volcano
Vegueta: Time Travel In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s Old Town
Why You Don’t Want to Miss Out on Trekking Masca in Tenerife
Experience Tinajo: Rural traditions and breathtaking natural beauty
A lovely stroll around Villa de Valverde
A Spring Tour Of Gran Canaria
Through the back roads of El Paso
Relaxation and wellbeing, enjoying Lanzarote´s natural treasures
A trip along the coast of El Golfo, El Hierro
Exploring the Highs and Lows of Puerto de Mogán
Why You Will Absolutely Love Exploring Amazing La Graciosa
The Wild North of La Palma
Tenerife, best locations and the British favourite hotspots
Enjoy the best of Lanzarote at Noches de Jameos
Relish the thrill and views of El Faro La Entallada, in Fuerteventura
Menceyes and our Lady of Candelaria, in Tenerife
The Wine Run Lanzarote: food, wine and scenery
Experience the beauty of the pink caves of Puertito de Los Molinos
A Saturday in the beautiful village of Haría, Lanzarote
A must do in Fuerteventura – Picnic in the dunes of Corralejo
Playa San Juan in Tenerife, a charming place
A walk along the El Golfo ridge, El Hierro
The five best places to eat in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura
A cup of coffee at Casa José Saramago, Lanzarote
Why Forestal Park is One of the Best Experiences in Tenerife
San Sebastián, the high part of Santa Cruz de La Palma
Sunset On The Rocks At Puerto de Mogán in Gran Canaria
A walk from San Andrés to Hoya del Morcillo, El Hierro
Enjoyment for the active traveller – Climb the Volcanic Mount Roja
Teguise: immerse yourself in Lanzarote’s history
How to Enjoy a Stunning Walk in Tenerife from Playa San Juan to Los Gigantes
Tazacorte, in La Palma: more than just a sun trap
Art, Architecture and Frogs in Gran Canaria's Garden City
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From the sea to the sky, a circular drive in South Tenerife
A journey through La Palma’s plant world
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Relaxing Weekend staying in the picture perfect beaches of El Cotillo – Fuerteventura
Lanzarote’s southwest coastline: where ocean meets lava
How to Enjoy North Tenerife and Wine Tasting in One Amazing Trip
A trip around La Palma’s south coast
The Quiet South Gran Canaria Beach With Two Names
What to explore, How to get there and where to stay in San Sebastian the capital of La Gomera.
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The best olive oil in Fuerteventura – Verde Aurora Bio Farm
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Swimming And Snorkelling At El Puertillo in North Gran Canaria
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A tour around El Hierro’s “Mirador’s”
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11 Feb 2019

During a recent spell of clear, sunny weather, I decided to revisit one of my favourite spots on La Palma: the Barranco de las Angustias. This gigantic ravine acts as the natural outlet for the Caldera de Taburiente, carrying both surface water from rainfall, and groundwater issuing from the island’s aquifer, into the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of the island.

Getting there

My trip started from the town of Los Llanos de Aridane, where signs to the National Park led me up through a residential area, and then down into the ravine itself. A few hikers were already milling around in the bottom of the valley by the time I reached the large parking area known as La Viña. This is where walkers intending to do the full “Caldera Route” leave their own vehicles and board shared taxis for the trip up to the starting point at Los Brecitos. A few of the hikers watched eagerly as I approached, in the hope that I might make up the required number of passengers for their taxi ride.

Pillow lavas from a submarine volcano

However, my intention on this occasion was simply to follow the Angustias ravine upstream as far as the popular “Coloured Waterfall” (Cascada de Colores), and then return the same way. The waterfall itself is not really the climax of the hike, but getting there makes for an interesting journey.

The Barranco de las Angustias is an extraordinary feature in its own right, and a trip along its bed provides vivid insight into La Palma’s geological past. At several places, pillow lavas, which were once extruded from submarine vents, have been left high and dry, well above present-day sea-level.

Pillow lavas, Barranco de las Angustias ravine, La Palma, Canary Islands

The clusters of clearly-outlined “pillows” create a striking effect, and are virtually impossible to miss. Vulcanologists have ascertained that the further up the ravine you go, the greater the depth at which the volcanic emissions took place, meaning that you are basically walking into the history of the original, submarine edifice. La Palma is one of the few Canary Islands where these ancient materials are exposed, thanks to uplifting during the island’s formation process, and subsequent erosion of more recent, overlying strata.

A geological showcase

Intrigued, I made frequent stops to photograph the patterned surfaces.  In addition to pillow lavas, the sides of the gorge are criss-crossed by sills and magma dykes, some of which are dotted with core sampling holes. The ravine is a natural showcase for geologists, and there are even the remains of marine organisms incrusted in some of the rocks, providing further evidence of geological uplifting. 

The well-trodden path, which was formerly used by local people and their mules, rises and falls as it switches from one side of the ravine to the other. When conditions permit, you can also walk in the stream bed itself. On this occasion, I chose the path for my upstream journey, and decided to save the stony riverbed for the return.

Hiking path, Barranco de las Angustias ravine

At one crossing point, I made a detour to the left, along a narrow, canyon-like section. A short distance ahead, a tiny cascade came into view, framed by a massive boulder that had jammed overhead in the narrow cleft, spanning the stream, creating a rock arch. It would have been possible to clamber up to the right and bypass the small waterfall, without leaving the valley floor, but I decided to be sensible and retrace my steps to rejoin the “official” path.

Boulder bridge, Barranco de las Angustias, La Palma, Canary Islands

Flora and fauna

The Angustias ravine is not just a grey mineral world: indigenous plants still dominate large tracts of the landscape, despite encroachment by problemtic invasive species. Of particular concern is the advance of the seemingly unstoppable (Crimson) Fountain Grass (Pennisetum setaceum), conspicuous patches of which could be seen on the valley slopes. Formerly-cultivated and introduced plants such as the Prickly Pear cactus (Opuntia spp.) are also present, since a few families used to eake out a living on isolated terraces, well into the 20th century. 

The gorge creates a warm, wind-sheltered microclimate in which small trees such as Canary Willow (Salix canariensis), and Canary Wax Myrtle (Morella faya) thrive, provided sufficient ground water is available.. Colonies of succulents, and the occasional juniper tree (Juniperus phoenicius) cling to rock faces and scree slopes.

As for birdlife, the most representative species is definitely the Grey Wagtail, typically seen flitting along the stream, and often allowing close approach:

Grey Wagtail, Barranco de las Angustias, La Palma, Canary Islands

Distant views

After the detour to the boulder bridge, I found myself on an elevated section of path which afforded spectacular views of the distant mountains. This is one of the few places in the bottom of the gorge from where the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente is visible, its jagged peaks reaching heights of well over 2,000 metres.

Caldera rim, from the Barranco de las Angustias ravine, La Palma, Canary Islands

A training ground for marathon runners

As I continued upstream, I was overtaken a few times by faster walkers and fell runners. In recent years, La Palma has become a major trail-running destination, its most famous race being the Transvulcania ultra-marathon. This multitudinous event is classed as one of the hardest mountain-ultramarathons in the world, and attracts literally thousands of participants of all levels. Serious competitors can be seen training almost everywhere on the island throughout the year, including in the Barranco de las Angustias.

Dos Aguas, the meeting of the waters

Runners in the streambed, Barranco de las Angustias, La Palma, Canary Islands

After about two hours of gentle uphill walking, I reached Dos Aguas, the confluence of two streams: the one I had been following, and the Río de Taburiente which merges with it at this point. Heavy rains can increase the volume of water considerably, and this is precisely where you have to cross the torrent, via a series of often unstable, sometimes partly-submerged stepping-stones. Chances are, you’ll have an audience as well: Dos Aguas is a favourite spot for hikers to enjoy their picnic lunch and surreptitiously watch others attempt the sometimes tricky crossing.

Vital irrigation water

Although it might appear a modest amount of water to visitors hailing from wetter parts of the world, for the Canary Islands, so much freshwater on the surface is exceptional, and of immense value. At Dos Aguas, most of the combined flow is diverted through a culvert into sedimentation tanks, and from there, it flows along a covered channel to its final destination at the west coast plantations.  This highly-productive, irrigated farmland was originally planted with sugar-cane, but nowadays bananas are the main crop.

You’ll notice further evidence of irrigation works all along the ravine, including rudimentary aqueducts, water channels, dams, and pipelines. In this part of the island, the abundant water reserves issue from natural springs and man-made galleries located at the foot of the Caldera walls, at approximately 1,300 metres above sea-level. Consider how much work it has taken to get the vital fluid to where it can be used for agriculture!

The final section to the cascade

From Dos Aguas the route to the Cascada de Colores is well sign-posted, or you can simply improvise and follow the streambed, if conditions allow. However, bear in mind that this is an active watercourse, in which the quantities and distribution of sand, gravel and rocks of all sizes can be drastically modified by winter rainstorms, causing some sections to become unpassable, or virtually unrecognizable afterwards.

As I progressed along the streambed, Roque Idafe could be seen towering ahead. This famous pinnacle held spiritual significance among the island’s prehispanic inhabitants, who used to place offerings at its base.

Directly below the sacred rock, the crystal-clear Almendro Amargo stream meets the ferruginous waters of the Rivanceras (or Limonero) ravine. My visit coincided with a prolonged dry spell, and the flow had been reduced to a couple of meandering rivulets, which I duly followed upstream.

En route to the Cascada de Colores, La Palma, Canary Islands

The Cascada de Colores, or “Coloured Waterfall”

This iron-rich water is responsible for the vivid yellow and orangey colours from which the waterfall takes its name. Not wishing to detract from anyone’s enjoyment of the iconic cascada, it owes its existence to a man-made wall which was built across the gorge to act as a dam. Unfortunately, the small reservoir thus created rapidly silted up, making the original project a complete failure, but accidentally creating one of La Palma’s most-photographed attractions.

Cascada de Colores, La Palma, Canary Islands

To be fair, the cascada was not looking its scenic best on the day I was there. The depth of loose materials desposited in the streambed can vary considerably, thereby increasing or decreasing the waterfall’s effective height by two or three metres, and high flow rates can wash away some of the colours.

Back to base

My journey back downstream to the parking area at La Viña transpired without incident, and enabled me to get a few more photos of the type of terrain encountered along the way.

Hiking group in the Barranco de las Angustias ravine, La Palma, Canary Islands

A hike along the Angustias Ravine reveals numerous facets of La Palma’s geology, plant life, traditional land use, and exploitation of natural resources. There is so much of interest that it makes sense to explore the ravine as a separate half-day trip, rather than as the final section of the full-day “Caldera Route” from Los Brecitos.

It is easy to access, requiring no special transport arrangements, and you’re free to walk up the ravine as far as you like, and turn back whenever you feel like it. The sheer depth of the gorge, its feeling of remoteness, and the chaotic, rock-strewn riverbed, create a genuine wilderness experience, despite the fact that civilisation lies just around the corner.

The author, with the Barranco de las Angustias in the background, La Palma, Canary Islands

A final tip...

On the way back to town, don’t miss the strategically-positioned restaurant known as the Balcón de Taburiente. It makes the perfect place to round off the day as you look down on the mighty Angustias ravine from its terrace.

 

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