The beautiful and abrupt landscape of "Hell's Ravine" lies on a mountain range that, together with Anaga and Teno, is one of the Island's oldest outcrops. Its deeply-carved, spectacular riverbed with falls of over 150 m (490 ft) and its abundant water flow will take you by surprise, especially in winter.
The area is home to highly diverse plant populations and a number of native species, including a dozen endangered species such as cardoncillos (Ceropegia chrysantha) and balillos (Atalanthus microcarpus).
Expanse: 1,843.1 hectares (4554.39 acres).
Opening hours: only 300 people will be admitted to the reserve per day, subject to advance booking.
Access is open from 8 am until 2.30 pm from Monday to Sunday, and the path will close at 6 pm.
Phone number: (+34) 922 78 00 78
Price: Non-resident adults: 8 euros - Resident adults: 4.50 euros - Adults registered in Adeje: 2.50 euros - Children: 50%
More information and booking: www.barrancodelinfierno.es