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Barranco del Infierno, Costa Adeje
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  • Nice walk in Adeje. Bus taken up to bottom of Adeje! Serious climb up to the beginning of the Barranca! Sturdy shoes are does make sense! The path is quite near, but still is a sturdy sole helpful! A helmet you get on site. EUR 8 entrance and some good advice and you can leave! Certainly drink enough. You walk a long time in the Sun! The last piece is in the shade and fresher! Enjoy! The bus for the return trip departs on the same place as where he stepped off.
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  • Very pretty walk, not too much change in elevation but be prepared for uneven ground and some slight climbs and descents. Admission is charged and you're required to wear a helmet for the entire walk....  more »
  • When you are walking on the top of the canyon offers breathtaking views of mountains and ocean. The sun beats down and walk is not easy. When you go down, the mountains close the sun and from the rive...  more »
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  • Very pretty walk, not too much change in elevation but be prepared for uneven ground and some slight climbs and descents. Admission is charged and you're required to wear a helmet for the entire walk. Bring close-toed shoes, water, food, and a camera. This hike is considerably easier than Masca and I would say that I preferred Masca. The waterfall is pretty but swimming is forbidden.
  • Very beautiful views very difficult and long walk. Not for kids.
  • The view is something that I cannot describe to you if you don't see first
  • Amazing views alnd waterfall
  • Beautiful