Las Vegas circular walk revisited
A full description of this lovely circular walk is in the book ‘Tenerife Nature Walks’ as Walk 22, so I am not giving detailed instructions here. However, today’s weather was so beautiful with sunshine and blue skies and clear views that I thought it worth putting up some extra photos. Also the plants we saw today in flower are quite different from those in the book to accompany this walk, as they were photographed in the spring.
This time we walked the route in the anti-clockwise direction (in the book it is described in the clockwise direction). This always makes you see different things on a familiar walk.
We also ended the walk slightly differently, by taking a path which descends a ridge slightly nearer the starting path. This descended to exactly where we had left our cars, near the ‘Las Vegas’ sign at the entrance to the village.
The walk took a group of 12 only 3 hours, and was 7.3 km / 4.6ml long (slightly shorter than in the book because of the different ending) and involved around 370m / 1215ft of ascent.
Posted on October 6, 2013, in South Tenerife, Walks in Tenerife and tagged Asparagus umbellatus, Drimia maritima, Granadilla, hiking, Kleinia neriflolia, Las Vegas, rural holiday, Sea squill, senderismo, SL TF-242, Tenerife, Umbellate asparagus, Verode, walking. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.