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Teide

, Teyde
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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Tenerife's glory, however, is Mount Teide, at 12,188ft the highest mountain in Spain, part of Teide National Park, which was recently awarded World Heritage status.
As well as live music and fireworks on New Year's Eve, guests can also discover the El Teide National Park, the mysterious Pyramids of Guimar, the bright Botanical Gardens, or relax on the sandy beach of Playa de las Teresitas.
The trials are part of the Planetary Robotics Vision Scout project - or PRoViScout - and will take place at El Teide National Park on Tenerife between September 13 and 17.
Take a scenic drive through pine forests and the barren beauty of the crater stretches out before you in Teide National Park, Tenerife.
The final morning of my cruise, and for me the highlight of the week, was the hour-long drive from Santa Cruz to Mount Teide National Park, slap bang in the middle of the island.
They include the Unescolisted Teide National Park, the ancient laurel forest of Teno Rural Park and the spectacular old village of Taganana, high above the Atlantic.
There is also the stunning lunar landscape of Mount Teide National Park and the opportunity to climb the extinct volcano.
The valley is aptly referred to as the Garden of Tenerife, stretching from the skirts of the volcano down through the lush Mounte Teide National park to the coastline.
Our guide Ignacio was a constant source of facts about the violent history of the volcano, the lava fields and the flora and fauna of the Teide national park, as well as the island in general too.
The rugged volcanic landscape of Teide National Park, dominated by Spain's highest mountain, Mount Teide (3,718m), is considered one of the most important solar observation sites in the world.
Join guided rides on routes through moun-tain passes, forests and across the volcanic moonscape of Teide National Park.