Variant of the PR TF 35.1 trail that connects the Mamio forest track with the village of Pinolere by a more westerly alternative route.
Instead of taking the old Camino de Candelaria from Llano de los Corrales, this route descends the ravine named Barranco del Infierno.
Here you can see traditional thatched huts of La Orotava and various water galleries, before arriving at the Pinolere Church, just a few metres from the Pinolere Museum and Ethnographic Park and its famous huts.
- 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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