The island of La Palma It is part of the Canary Islands and is an ideal destination for travelers who love outdoor activities. Here are the most popular places for hiking in La Palma.
The Route of the Nascent of Marcos and Cordero: It is a downhill route that includes a privileged passage through the old canals that used to be used as a means of channeling the water that emanated from the island of the Tiles forest. To enjoy a pleasant experience it is recommended to go between the first hours of the day (keep in mind that the duration of the tour covers about five hours). Do not forget to wear hiking boots, proper clothing, flashlight, among other implements.
The Route to the Cumbrecita Viewpoint of the National Park: one of the most welcoming tours of La Palma, which includes a privileged visit through the Cumbrecita of the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, passing through the Visitor Center. The route is circular and is approximately 2 hours long. There are not many slopes so it is recommended for hikers with little experience and families with children. Once arrived at the viewpoint we can appreciate the interior of the Caldera de Taburiente.
Route of the Caldera de Taburiente National Park: From here you can start a very comfortable downhill route, suitable for cyclists, hikers and families with children. The road runs through the town of Los Llanos de Aridane and Los Barros. It is recommended to wear suitable footwear to resist inclined routes. During the tour you can also go to Las Angustias ravine. Approximate duration of 7 hours.
Path S / C La Palma – Tazacorte: starting from the Puerto del Reventón at an altitude of 1416 meters. Here we can appreciate all the beauty of the New Summit, with uneven surfaces. Suitable for walkers with extensive experience due to its slippery conditions in some areas. The tour includes a visit to Santa Cruz de La Palma, passing through the neighborhood of Calcinas, and La Estrella (Breña Alta).