This challenging loop trail takes you through a changing landscape from the terraced fields of Los Nateros to the pine forest of Pico La Morra.
Please bear in mind that the route has very steep sections. Check that you are in good enough physical condition before setting off on this route.
Did you know that the name Los Nateros comes from the Portuguese word “Nateiro”? It refers to the silt (“nata de limo”) carried by runoff rainwater that was retained by building stone walls. The arable soil created by this accumulation of sediments is one of the main reasons why the land at the start of the route is so fertile.
- Always stay on the marked trail and do not enter private property, hunting grounds, water galleries, wells or caves.
- Pay special attention when crossing or walking along trails used by bicycles, horses or motor vehicles and when walking in 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.
- Check out our guide to hiking in Tenerife and, if necessary, contact the emergency services by calling 112.
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