The track starts on the edge of the TF-145 road at a very sharp bend, after passing the hamlets of El Rio and Las Cordilleras. On its first stage, it goes down some steps from where you may enjoy a beautiful view of Roque Taborno (Taborno Mount). Once down, the track follows in a zig-zag, through a thick mass of tree-heath and wax-myrtles until it reaches, after some l00 m., a bend, by a high voltage tower. At this point, the track divides in two.
You have two options now: on the right, towards Las Carboneras, the track descends in a zig-zag to the TF- 145 road, with some natural caves on the left, and after these a spring. It crosses the road, and after 400 m., it reaches the hamlet of Las Carboneras, one of the most important and interesting spots of the rural world of Anaga. Along this part you will see wooden posts either on the right or the left.
On the left towards Chinamada: the track follows a narrow path bordering the Tomadero ravine, which is very steep and on whose bed there are still some ponds and springs combined with eroded materials. It passes through the houses of Tames from which you may have extraordinary views of Chinamada and Batán de Abajo.
Turning right at the houses of Tames, you get to the end of the track at the hermitage of the hamlet of Chinamada, 3 of great ethnographical interest, since it preserves about thirty caves in good condition still inhabited by the locals.