Mountain Biking - Tenerife
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

You pedal faster and faster. You feel the fresh air on your face and watch the trees whizz by you. You ride through Corona Forestal on a breathtaking descent through endless pine forests. You skid on a hairpin bend and carry on your descent. You pause for a moment to take in the beautiful scenery. But you are soon on the go again! There are still 20 km (12.5 miles) ahead of you.

You have more than 200 km (125 miles) of forest trails at your disposal. Most of the tracks take riders across the high areas of the Island, especially the Corona Forestal. The network of trails links most of the north to the area of Tacoronte and the south, which means you can start and finish in a place with all the amenities you need, often including public transport and parking spaces.

Routes
The network of trails comprises four main routes, each with its own varieties and characteristics for you to combine to your liking. You will have the chance to design your own personalised route depending on the distance and difficulty of the route and the type of landscapes you are looking for.

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  • Useful tips
    ​​​​Don't forget to pack a coat and waterproofs. Remember that the Island has it...
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    Useful tips
    • ​​​​Don't forget to pack a coat and waterproofs. Remember that the Island has its own microclimate and the weather can turn quickly, especially in high-altitude areas.
    • Check the weather forecasts before you set off.
    • Take extra care on the roads, especially in busy urban areas.
    • When travelling alone, leave your mobile phone number with your hotel reception and let them know where you are heading.
    • Wearing a helmet is compulsory and is essential for your safety.
    The Island's fantastic weather conditions will enable you to go cycling all year round....Read more
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    When?

    The Island's fantastic weather conditions will enable you to go cycling all year round. The average yearly temperature is 22ºC (roughly 72ºF).

    A bike. You will find a wide array of specialised stores in the are...Read more
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    What do I need?
    • A bike.
    • You will find a wide array of specialised stores in the area to cater for your every need.
    • You can also get technical assistance and roadside assistance.
    • Spare no expense when it comes to potential safety measures, particularly a good helmet.
    Only if you plan on cycling on tracks that cross protected areas.The best thin...Read more
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    Do I need a licence?

    Only if you plan on cycling on tracks that cross protected areas.

    The best thing to do is gather plenty of information before choosing your route.

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