Best to Worst: All Official Anaga Hiking Trails Ranked

Best to Worst: All Official Anaga Hiking Trails Ranked

This guide to official hiking trails in the Anaga Rural Park provides an overview of all the official trails based on such characteristics as length, “circularity”, difficulty, but also the scenery, suitability for kids, etc. The ranking is based on our personal experience when hiking or running these trails during our family’s stay in Tenerife.

TF-2 Taborno Village – Valleseco Trail Guide: A Hike Through the Greenest Part of Anaga

TF-2 Taborno Village – Valleseco Trail Guide: A Hike Through the Greenest Part of Anaga

TF-2 is a scenic one-way trail from theTaborno village to Valleseco town and beach of the same name. TF-2 is not only a great visual cross-section fo the Anaga Rural Park, but it also passes by the Old Pico del Ingles road (Camino Viejo al Pico del Ingles), which is among the top 5 most instagram-able locations in the whole of Tenerife.

TF-5 Chamorga – Igueste San Andres Trail Guide: Possibly the Longest Ridge Walk in Anaga

TF-5 Chamorga – Igueste San Andres Trail Guide: Possibly the Longest Ridge Walk in Anaga

The TF-5 trail has one of the longest ridge walks in the whole of Anaga Rural Park. The trail starts in the Chamorga village, which is the trailhead of the popular TF-6 trail. In addition to the ridge walk, the TF-5 trail takes you through several villages, through a laurel forest. It is a lovely trail that’s not too hard and is suited for children and older hikers.

TF-8 Afur Village Circular Trail Guide: Most Popular And Possibly The Best Anaga Hike

TF-8 Afur Village Circular Trail Guide: Most Popular And Possibly The Best Anaga Hike

There’s a reason why the TF-8 is the most popular and probably the best of all Anaga hiking trails by popular judgment. No other trail offers such a balanced cross-section of everything the nature park has to offer – scenic views, villages, ocean walk, diverse flora, visit to Anaga peaks, even a wine-growing region – in one hike.