The book includes:
Concise and accurate directions, distances and timings for more than 30 of Tenerife's best walking routes from around the island.
Grouped by geographical area, advice is given on weather conditions, types of terrain, what flora and landscapes to expect and even where to answer a call of nature in each location.
Routes cover distances that vary from 1km to 17.5km with walking times varying from 1hr to 6hrs 20mins and from easy strolling to trails recommended for fit and experienced hikers only.
Comprehensive information on how to get to the start of routes by car and by public transport; points of interest, where to find refreshments and where to stay for easy access to routes.
Appendices give quick reference guides to routes by a variety of criteria including length, location, time taken, terrain, family-friendly etc.
And much, much more...
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About the Author
They live in the subtropical north of Tenerife, alongside banana plantations, at the foot of the La Orotava Valley on the edge of Puerto de la Cruz. They have walked and photographed every island in the Canarian archipelago for their travel writing work, to design walking holidays and write route directions for activity travel companies and also just for fun.
As seasoned walkers Andy and Jack have enjoyed hiking in terrain as challenging as the Atlas Mountains, the Swiss and Italian Alps and the Spanish Pyrenees, as well as the gentle hills of Provence and the hot hills of Cape Verde, the coastline of Croatia, the rich meadows of Austria's lakes, and the hills, lakes and lanes of the UK. With thousands of trekking miles behind them, they maintain the Canary Islands offer some of Europe's finest walking trails in weather that allows you to pull on the hiking boots all year round. From coast to coast and sea level to mountain top, they walk all the Canary Islands, regularly and extensively which makes them the perfect people to share with others how to Walk This Way.