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As I arrived with a car, I got there before 11am and I could get a parking space. Then you go like 30minutes to get to the top. You need sneakers or hiking shoes. Please don't go in flipflops. On the top you have the...More
We did the 2 hour walk round the rock with views in all directions. It was quite windy that high up although still fairly warm. You do need a swaeter or jacket and strong shoes recommended. Some were trying to walk in sandals which I...More
Friday 21st September we had driven from our hotel in Melonaras, our route took us through the beautiful village of St Barthelmew and Fataga we travelled through some of the most amazing scenery.
We parked up in the car park across the road from the...More
great view and a easy hike to the top! I did a trip there with hitide hostel last year and it was really cool. Our guide josh was funny guy from australia and he gave us lots of good informations. it was an easy hike...More
We had a longer holiday to Gran Canaria this year so decided to have a day away from the beach and see some of the centre of the island. It turned out to be well worth it, such a beautiful area and some amazing views...More
Recommend hiring a car and doing this drive. The roads are very bendy but it’s absolutely worth it. The views and stunning and it was great to see more of the island other than the beach resorts. The car rental was relatively cheap.
After a pleasant road on a mountain road, we get to a car park to start the trail on a mountain trail. Arriving on the plateau, you can see Roque Nublo reference point, but also the wonderful and combined view - mountain - ocean.
Me and my boyfriend enjoyed our explore here, trip lasted a few hours. Relatively easy walk, with lots of other paths to explore. Amazing views all around! We came from San Augustin and the drive was a little scary (for myself, my boyfriend wasn’t fussed...More
A friend who has been walking on Gran Canaria for many years recommends Rambling Roger's website as a good source of information on walks. We have just returned and completed a couple of walks from Tasarte to Mogan and... More
A friend who has been walking on Gran Canaria for many years recommends Rambling Roger's website as a good source of information on walks. We have just returned and completed a couple of walks from Tasarte to Mogan and Ayacata to Roque Nublo (unfortunately had to abandon the latter due to bad weather!). We are in our sixties and walk regularly up to 10 miles.