Join Andy in his winter home for a few days of walking on this highly memorable island. This is a sea to summit challenge – a walk from the airport to the top of mighty El Teide…
Flights and food are not included.
This is a stripped down and budget walking holiday in Tenerife. Guiding and one nights accommodation provided as are wild camping locations. You will need camping kit and will need to purchase food along the way. Walking is with daypacks and is in part, for the mornings, self led. The car is used as support for the trip and Andy shuttles the camping kit to the overnight spot and then goes find the group.
Flights are with easyJet from and to Bristol… of course you can fly from other locations and chat to Andy about airport pick up/drop off and additional days.
1 – Fly Bristol to Tenerife South – A night on the beach with campfire and tall tales 🙂
2 – Walk to camp midway between San Miguel and Vilaflor. Overnight near an ancient made made cave complex.
3 – Walk to El Teide’s caldera rim for an overnight there. We should have a spectacular sunrise!
4 – Walk to El Teide’s summit at 3700m for sunset before descending to the Refugio for the night.
5 – Back to the car at the Parador Hotel in the caldera then an afternoon on a stunning beach for a swim and rest up before flying back to the UK.
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August 14, 2020