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BC-1.6 Ramón Caminero via Chimoche


Corona Forestal Natural Park, La Orotava, extension of route BC1 that links the La Caldera and Ramón Caminero recreational areas.

Incident Incident

Route temporarily closed - Warnings (fire, wind, etc.)

Itinerario cerrado debido al incendio forestal del verano de 2023


This route offers you the chance to discover the Corona Forestal Natural Park while passing through ancient pine forests and ravines with views of Teide. 

From the Ramón Caminero Recreational Area, a trail runs parallel to the TF-21 road and descends in front of the spectacular slope of La Resbala. Here you can see a stand of Juniperus cedrus, the Canary Islands juniper, next to the former home of the “camineros”, who were in charge of maintaining the island’s roads in good condition in the past. 

The trail continues through the Corona Forestal Natural Park, under forests of Canary Island and Monterey pines, reforested in the mid-20th century, offering a stunning panoramic view of the mountainside and summits of the Teide National Park.

Before reaching the La Caldera Recreational Area, the route goes into a picturesque ravine of volcanic origin at the start of the Chimoche trail. In addition to the beauty of the surroundings, you will be surprised to find here a plantation of holm oaks, more typical of Mediterranean forest.

IBP Index: 47.


  • Always stay on the marked trail and do not enter private property, hunting grounds, water galleries, wells or caves.  
  • Be careful when walking along roads used by motor vehicles and hiking trails, and when crossing ravines with water courses.
  • Avoid direct encounters with potentially dangerous animals, such as livestock, beehives, and dogs. 
  • Proceed with caution and watch for obstacles, loose rocks, uneven terrain or steep slopes to avoid accidents and falls. 
  • Consult our good practice guide and, if necessary, contact emergency services by calling 112.
Recommendations and tips


No data available


  • Reservation obligatory for groups organised by for-profit and not-for-profit public and private entities and profit-making individuals. Link
  • T: 901 501 901 - 922 239 500.
  • Free access for all other users, alone or in a group, no reservation required.

Technical information sheet

Route information

Cycling and horse riding route

Tenerife ON


7,97 km

0 h 35 m

596,20 m

211,72 m

At an average speed of 14 km/h

  • Altitude gain:596,20 m

  • Altitude loss:211,72 m

  • Maximum altitude:1.597,88 m

  • Minimum altitude:1.190,79 m


Route code


Orange posts and signs that include:

  • Official trail number.
  • Route direction.
  • Distance to points of interest.
  • Cyclist and horserider icons.

Route map and profile

Elevation profile

  • Maximum altitude:1.597,88 m

  • Minimum altitude:1.190,79 m

Connections with other routes

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How to get to route start point

Route BC 1, La Caldera Recreational Area, Carretera de la Orotava (TF-21), turnoff at km 16.2.

Bus numbers 345 and 346, La Caldera bus stop code 4253. TITSA

Parking spaces available in the La Caldera Recreational Area.

How to get to route end point

Ramón Caminero Recreational Area, Carretera de Las Cañadas del Teide (TF-21), km 24.3, La Orotava.

Bus number 348, Casa del Caminero bus stop code 4939. TITSA

Parking spaces available in the Ramón Caminero Recreational Area.

Municipalities passed through

  • La Orotava

Protected Areas


Parque Natural de la Corona Forestal

The Corona Forestal is the largest protected natural area in the Canary Islands, one of the most extensive forests on the islands, the lungs of Tenerife and the gateway to Mount Teide.  As its name ...

Discover the Protected Area
Parque Natural de Corona Forestal


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