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The Teide National Park occupies the highest part of the island of Tenerife. He declared 1954 as National Park of Las Canadas del Teide, is the largest and oldest national park in the Canary Islands. In 1981 the park was reclassified to the current name, the Teide National Park. In 1989 he was awarded the National Park, by the Council of Europe, the European Diploma by top flight. This recognition of the management and conservation has been subsequently renewed in 1994, 1999 and 2004. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of his became a National Park in 2002 began proceedings to appoint the Unesco World Heritage Day Humanidad.El June 28, 2007, after five years of work and effort, UNESCO decided to declare the Teide National Park World Heritage Convention in its World Heritage meeting in Christchurch, New Zealand.

After various revisions and extensions, the area is about 18,990 acres.


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Tenerife 1 16 Km. 1300 m. 1300 m. Alta Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta

Teide | Entre Montañas

1. Teide


Distance: 16 Km.Up/Downhill 1.300 m. - Up/Downhill 1.300 m.Time: 5:30 h.

The road starts from the narrow parking (m & aacute; maximum 15 cars) on the basis of Montañ; Blanca at 2,350 meters, the trail & eacute; ste first section is a wide track (closed to veh & iacute; cles), and f & aacute; cil walking, enjoying along & eacute; l, spectacular views Circus Las Ca & ntilde; adas, and Malpais and lava volcano & aacute; nica who, throughout the centuries They let beautiful and whimsical shapes, highlighting the area of ??volume Great Obsidian blocks.

After about an hour and half walk, always track without possibility of p & eacute; loss, you get to the area known as Lomo Stiff, where STILL the few remains of the ancient Since Mule preserved, and where some m m & aacute; s starts the path ahead is good & ntilde; i aliasing (at 2,725 meters) that rises to the Altavista Refuge and cr & aacute;. b

Starting the climb, and if time permits,you can see in detail much of the north coast of the island, or the vast sea of ??clouds that bring the trade winds, and is slowed by the natural barrier forms the dorsal ridge.

From this point, the climb is something m & aacute; s passes through a steep and winding path and m & aacute; s narrow that in his first 200 meters of altitude is quite rocky. In & eacute; summer walking follow the path marked with milestones is relatively f & aacute; cil, but in winter with snow and / or ice, the route of this trail is almost completely lost, so that the opening track is usually done almost vertically, and the slope can be 45 & ordm; ;, or 50º depending on the sections, always be & aacute;. Mixed with presence of rock n

At about 2,900 meters, you arrive at a unique area and f & aacute; easily recognizable by the 3 large pumps volcano & aacute; Nicas there, and that is slightly flat, called StayAnglais, where you take some breath to return the atr & aacute sight; s admiring the rocky wall contour of La Fortaleza, which address & oacute; n. west culminating in the mass of Mount Guajara (2,717 m)

Since the beginning of this path, in two or three hours depending on snow conditions if it rises in winter, stops and how f & iacute; sica, you reach the Altavista Refuge at 3,270 meters. altitude. & nbsp;

A few meters m & aacute; s up on the left side of the shelter, the trail continues STILL up to reach the area of ??the viewpoints called The Rambleta 3,550 meters, one facing Pico Viejo and the other to the Stronghold cliff.

The Rambleta is where likewise, disembark from the gondola telef & eacute; rico. From The Rambleta is a path that leads to Pico Viejo 3,135 m, the younger brother at altitude, not age formation & oacute; n & oacute geol, logic, wrongfully neglectedbackground by a preponderance of the Teide.

For the definite popularly known as & ldquo; rope & rdquo ;, awaits the park staff where I bet like a border crossing is involved, must file access permission to the cone if you want to get to the very top .

Once transferred & ldquo; a & rdquo ;, rope cobblestones are facing and again winding path Telesphorus Bravo, who goes by his crowning cone or Pil & oacute; n, for which about 15 or 20 minutes you reach the bottom edge of cr & aacute ; ter Teide, as listed by the Park Reserve Zone is so & aacute; absolutely forbidden, for reasons of conservation & oacute; n., access to inside

At this point a & uacute; n can be seen and above all you can smell the sulfur numerous fumaroles emanating from hard & ntilde; as the volcano & aacute; n & aacute environment remain; stay constant throughout the surrounding area.

Going by the searight gene cr & aacute; XIMA 3; b, takes around 10 minutes per order, at a depth of m & aacute

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