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Stephen   on 04/09/17 @ 9:57 said:

Puerto de la Cruz in the north of the island is definitely the best base for a walking holiday, but I can't remember if there is a waterpark nearby; the biggest waterparks are in the horrible touristy south near Playa de las Americas. You can use Titsa buses to do lots of walks. A German guidebook published by Rother (there is an English version) is the best walking guide.

Pendle Hill   on 04/09/17 @ 22:37 said:

If you google Tenerife Walking Festival and go onto the web site it will give you a good idea of what hikes are available. If I had not had an op near to the festival dates I would have had a walking holiday there.

Roland_C   on 04/09/17 @ 22:43 said:

I agree with Stephen above and add the following:
Information on the buses is available in the Rother guide. Most of the walks are on the north side of the island. The south side is very dry. Best time for walking is November to March otherwise too hot. 1:50,000 map available for the whole island. If you have an android smart phone I recommend Maverik with access to open cycle maps which show most paths at a scale of about 1:25,000, while contours are shown there is little information on crags.

Hotlegs   on 12/09/17 @ 21:11 said:

I go to Tenerife quite often and with kids of all ages. First of all hire a car they are cheap and get you around a pretty goo road system. This gives you freedom. To keep everyone happy I have found Costa Adeje ideal. I also recommend the Sunflower Books, there are two, one covers walks on the north and one on the south including La Gomera. There a a couple of walks from the village of Adeje, the Barranco Del Infierno is a short walk and you have to book. The other is to Boca del Paso, Infonche and Escalona but you can make this circular walk I also enjoyed the Conde walk. Of course you can go up to the plateau and Teide. ENJOY.

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