A trek in search of the origins of water
Located in the northern region of the island of La Palma, the pathway goes parallel to the canal which collects water from the water springs and then flows along the big crater of Marcos y Cordero. It goes through these ravines and merges in the Agua ravine. The landscape, full of Canarian pines and native vegetation, allows the enjoyment of a series of large vertical walls which are typical in the north of the island and which lead to the National Park of Caldera de Taburiente.
A circular pathway among pines and laurels
With an itinerary which takes in seven kilometres in the municipality of San Andrés y Sauces, Marcos y Cordero route is a circular one with hardly any inclines which means it can be done in three hours. With the starting and finishing point in Casa del Monte, this trek has a unique landscape of plant life with lush pine trees and traces of laurel forest. At the exit a delicious wheat stew is served in the mountain restaurant.
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