Going up Teide

2018/07/29

Whilst on holiday in Tenerife, my brother and I took an organised trip up the volcano Teide.

We stopped at a cafe in Villaflor to get food and so people could buy cable car tickets.

Despite the fact that most of the sea-level landscape on Tenerife is barren and desert-like, huge pine forests start to appear at around 700m altitude.

The Los Roques de Garcia are situated at around 2000m altitude and contain the famous Cinchado rock.

We walked up a yellow hill directly opposite the cable car station to take photos of the landscape.