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Teide

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Pico de . a volcanic mountain in the Canary Islands, on Tenerife. Height: 3718 m (12 198 ft.)

Teide

 

an active volcano on the island of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands. The Pico de Teide rises to an elevation of 3,718 m. Composed of an ancient caldera and a younger cone, it occupied two-thirds of the island. The last eruption occurred in 1909.

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Yesterday the UCI responded: "The UCI has seen the comment by Tour de France winner Chris Froome regarding a lack of out-ofcompetition testing at Mount Teide, Tenerife.
TENERIFE TOP FIVE 1 MOUNT TEIDE THE one million-year-old volcano is the third largest in the world and at 12,000ft is Spain's highest peak.
It''s home to Mount Teide, Spain''s tallest peak, and to the popular beach resort of Los Gigantes.
Tenerife is an extremely versatile holiday destination; reliable year-round weather is coupled with great beaches, a wide variety of holiday resorts to suit all needs and some stunning natural sites like Mount Teide, Spain's highest peak.
Away from the seaside, the mild winter climate provides pleasant conditions for exploring the national park or taking in breath-taking views from the top of Mount Teide, Tenerife's volcano.
But the US space experts could have got a similar view by hopping on a holiday fight (about pounds 120 return from Glasgow) and taking a few snaps of Mount Teide on Tenerife.
00 for 8 days Tenerife Winter Sun January - March 2012 Price includes: Return flights to Tenerife from Manchester - One suitcase per person allowance - Airport to hotel transfers - Seven nights'' half-board accommodation at the three-star Miramar Hotel, Puerto de la Cruz (3* and 4* hotel up-grades available at a supplement) - Full-day guided excursion to Mount Teide and the Masca Valley - Full-day guided island tour - The services Newmarket tour manager book online: www.
But if you're looking for impressive, then an hour's drive away is Mount Teide which, at 3,718 mighty metres above sea level, is the highest peak in Spain or, indeed, any of its islands.
If you prefer your volcanoes a little less active, a visit to Mount Teide is a safer option; it hasn't erupted since 1909.
Now I do like a volcano (extinct or dormant, preferably) and Tenerife has a whopper - Mount Teide.
Hike your way around the second smallest Canary Island, La Gomera, from high rocky mountains to cloud forest and banana plantations - but before that you will explore Tenerife and Mount Teide, Spain's highest mountain and the world's third tallest volcano.
I cowardly claimed it wasn't for someone who had scrimped on his family's travel insurance (a bargain PS9 with Virgin, not including lost TENERIFE TOP FIVE 1 MOUNT TEIDE THE one million-year-old volcano is the third largest in the world and at 12,000ft is Spain's highest peak.