WARNING: (posted 3.12.2015) The path along the top of the Organos walk (Walk 33 in the book) is closed between points 7 and 12 as there has been a small landslide near to point 10, which is dangerous. The remainder of the path is passable, although it has always needed caution in places. So you can enter from either side to see the fantastic scenery and botanical diversity.
We did this walk, which is fully described in the book ‘Tenerife Nature Walks’ (Walk 33), last Wednesday (August 14th). It was a very hot day, but we decided to do it as it is mostly in shade. At this time of year there are, of course, fewer flowers to see, although it was still green, but the views are much better than in the winter when you usually only have views either upwards, or downwards, (or not at all if you haven’t chosen a good day!). So I am not describing the walk, just putting up some extra pictures to give a taste of the walk.
We did do a shortened version of the walk described by turning downhill at point 13 on the walk, arriving back at the track at point 3. We felt this was enough of a walk for us on such a hot day. It took us 4.5 hours.