Adeje publishes “Ponte las Botas. Route of 2017”

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The Council of Adeje have published the brochure “Ponte las Botas. Route of trails 2017 “, which aims to enhancing physical exercise through hiking in some of the best routes around.

Registration can be made up to 30 days before the date of each route and the price, which incorporation of compulsory insurance for this type of activity, paid five days prior to the walk. However, people will be notified of the payment procedure once the registration has been made, which will take place at la Escuela de Seguridad y Convivencia, ubicada in Las Nieves.

The first route will take place this Saturday, March 11th from Valle Brosque and finish in Taganana. It will have a medium-high level of difficulty and is estimated to last about five and a half hours.

“Secrets of Punta de Teno”, will take place on April 1st and will include a boat trip by the cliffs of Los Gigantes. The difficulty is low and the estimated time of completion is three and a half hours.

People who love nature can enjoy a climb up Teide (high difficulty), with an overnight stay at the Refuge of Altavista, on 13th and 14th May.

On June 24th, it will be the turn of the Masca Ravine (3.5 hours) and ending with a Kayak trip (2.5 hours) by the cliff of Los Gigantes. The route is considered medium-high difficulty.

For the summer August 12th, the route will be at night with the observation of the Perseids. The difficulty is low and the trip will not exceed three and a half hours.

Finally, on September 9th there will be a medium difficulty route that goes from Benijo to Roque Bermejo and after the walk, a boat ride to San Andrés.

The routes are always subject to the weather conditions, and people who participate in these activities are advised to wear comfortable shoes and clothing, carry water, sun protection and possibly raincoats.

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