This accessible trail runs through the Botanical Garden of the Teide National Park, where more than 75% of the park’s vascular plant species are represented.
Almost 200 m long, it is fully adapted for people with reduced mobility, with an average width of 1.5 m and turning space of 5 m in diameter.
The aim of this garden is to exhibit, interpret, research and reproduce local native flora. It is also well signposted and has laboratories with germination chambers and a germplasm bank, which has enabled the development of an internationally approved programme to recover endangered species.
- 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.