Real hikes that
feel like fantasy
The landscapes of the Canary Islands are highly variable and walking takes you through forests, past serpentine sand dunes and under steep volcanic cliffs. Hike here and you discover nature reserves full of remarkable levels of biodiversity and colours that you'd forgotten about. You feel like you are one of the first people to visit the island.
Discover an endless network of well-marked and approved trails and pathways suitable for walkers of al levels.
Millennial laurel forest
The laurel forests are among the archipelago's richest and most valuable natural ecosystems. They are millions of years old and the Canary Islands are one of the few spots on Earth where they still survive.
Diversity in a nutshell
With such varied landscapes the Canary Islands condense a huge range of hiking experiences in a small area. On a single walk you go from alpine meadows, through forests and past volcanoes ...
World class views
The steep volcanic geography of the Canary Islands means that our trails rise and fall over short distances and give you plenty of opportunities to stop, catch your breath and enjoy the views.
Climbing Teide volcano
The Teide National Park, right in the centre of Tenerife, has several hiking paths including one right to the summit. The climb is a must for trekkers visiting Tenerife.
La Plata trail
The La Plata trail follows an old shepherd's path used by the island's original inhabitants. It takes you through important natural areas such as the pine forest and lowland vegetation with native broom, buglosses and houseleeks.
Los Gracioseros trial
This trail follows the old route that La Graciosa islet's inhabitants took when they visited Lanzarote. It winds up from the sea and over the Famara cliffs and takes you past fascinating local flora and fauna.
The Lobos trail, accessible only by boat from Corralejo harbour, goes through some of the most pristine landscapes in the Canary Islands. The circular path runs from the jetty to the Martiño lighthouse.
Caldera de Taburiente
The Caldera de Taburiente National Park has trails for all levels of hikers. The Barranco de las Angustias, the Pino de la Virgen, the Cumbrecita, the Bejenado peak: all routes well worth the trek.
Bajada de Jinama
The Jinama trail trek is a long descent that follows the original path into the El Golfo bay from the highlands of the island. It's geological features and rich plant life make it stand out.
Contadero – Cedro
Running through the forested heart of La Gomera and shaded by local laurel species this trail ends at a fascinating hermitage in the forest.
These routes take you to iconic locations and are short and easy enough for everybody to enjoy the landscapes and fresh perspective you get from the paths.
Without being difficult these walks are longer and more challenging as they take you through more rugged areas. Each one gives you an idea of the diversity of the island.
Long and varied walks that challenge even the fittest hikers but take you through a huge variety of landscapes.