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Not least due to breaks, no tour time is exactly like the other. Therefore please consider all data and times really only as rough guideline values. When this exciting beautiful hiking tour was still possible without restrictions, I made it very often and really very gladly. The hike offers a little thrill in dark tunnel vaults and fantastic views from the gigantic rocks of the Teno Mountains.
You can see the Atlantic Ocean as far as the neighbouring islands and at the same time see the huge cliffs of the Acantilados of Los Gigantes from a completely new angle. As far as I know, there are three walkable tunnels between the Barranco Seco and the Barranco de Santiago.
The most frequently used tunnel is probably the tunnel below Tamaimo directly at the Camino Real TF approx.
In the following, I will refer to it as tunnel 1. The hike starts at the bus stop or anywhere in Los Gigantes where you parked your car. There are three footpaths out of Los Gigantes. All you have to do is go uphill and out of town. All three footpaths two on the road, one on a slope lead to the main road, Carretera General Puerto de Santiago, TF , which you follow straight uphill through a long serpentine.
Then you will pass the Mirador Archipenque.
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From there you have a magnificent view of the rocks and the whole cliffs of Los Gigantes. Continue along the road around a bend and after about 50 metres you will find on your left the PR-TF 65 white-yellow with information board to Santiago del Teide. A small asphalted road climbs steeply uphill and then a few minutes further past some houses and banana plantations. Then the actual hiking trail Camino Real begins. This leads through the banana plantations and past a finca and a water reservoir to Tamaimo.
The way uphill is well signposted. After just under an hour and four kilometres of hiking, the TF Continue straight ahead for a few hundred metres and you will see two white barracks on the left, to which a small path leads. Right between these two barracks is the first tunnel entrance. Your tunnel adventure can begin. The first tunnel is approximately 1. Already after a few meters it is very dark in the dusty passage. The tunnel is more comfortable to walk through with a headlamp because it is better illuminated. The crossing takes about minutes. On the ground, after some time, you will see old tracks that have been laid for wagons.
In the past, these wagons were used to remove the rubble and rock material from the tunnel. Be careful not to bump your head against the sharp rock. In most places, however, this tunnel is high enough for a taller man to walk upright. The way through the tunnel leads you slightly downwards. After about half of the way the path descends a bit more. After three quarters of the way the tracks suddenly stop. This makes it a little easier to walk through the darkness on the smooth rock and ground. Only relatively late, when it goes up again from the tunnel depression, you will see a small point of daylight at the end of the tunnel.
A wonderful feeling when it gets a little brighter with every step in the dark tunnel.
And then everything goes really fast. Suddenly you are standing on a small viewing platform above the Barranco Seco again in daylight. In front of you lies the massive massif of the Risco Blanco and below you stretches the Barranco Seco.
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From the small platform, the further way cannot be found at first sight. But on closer inspection, you can see a small unclear path on the left side of the slope.
On this partly overgrown path you go downhill for about 50 meters towards Barranco Grund. The little stone men serve as orientation. Towards the west and downhill there are some possibilities to get back to the main path that leads through the Barranco Seco.