A thirty five-metre beginner’s jump in a ravine in the north-east of Tenerife
An excellent beginner’s jump with a free fall of 30-35 metres into a ravine in the north-east of the island of Tenerife between large vertical walls and peaks covered with Canarian pines. The rope jump at Araya is close to the village that shares the same name, and is situated 715 metres above sea level, just a 20-minute drive from the seaside town of Candelaria. With a total height of fifty metres and an exit point on an inward leaning vertical wall, the jump is clean and easy.
An easily accessible rope jump in Candelaria
Access is easy, thanks to the fact that the jump point is situated next to the road and parking area. The jump should be carried out with a local group that know the area’s distinctive characteristics and is best done during the cooler months of autumn and winter. Whilst the jump is suitable for those with little experience, the return route once on the ground is about 20 minutes long and is rather complicated, as the walk is through weeds and rocks.
30 - 35 m