Descent into one of the deepest and most awe-inspiring ravines in Tenerife. Throughout the 5 km descent and the 5 km return ascent we will pass through the spectacular eroded walls which form part of the Teno Massif. A place with typical vegetation of the island’s coastal and midland landscapes where we can find endemic Canarian and Macaronesian species.
We start off in the quaint Masca hamlet from which we reach Baja del Bizcocho, on the Masca beach. This route has been classified as “difficult” due to the climb that must be made back to the village. It is unsuitable for children under 8 and not recommended for children under 12 or for people in poor shape or with any health problems.
Departures from the Masca Ravine Visitor Centre at 8:30 / 9:30 / 10:30 /
The Service includes: Official Canary Island hiking guide + Civil Liability Insurance + Accident Insurance + Protective helmet.
Languages: English, Italian and Spanish.
It is MANDATORY to bring ID or Passport, appropriate clothing and hiking or mountain footwear. It is also NECESSARY to bring water (at least 1 litre and a half per person), a picnic lunch and, if possible, hiking poles.