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Webcam Teide National Park

The park is 2,000 metres above sea level

and in winter it can be covered with snow. The best way to get to the highest point of the Teide is by cable car. Once you get to the top you can take a walk and enjoy the incredible views.

The Cañadas del Teide National Park received its name in 1954 and consists of an enormous volcanic crater 48 km in diameter over which the Teide rises to 3,718 meters making it the highest peak in Spain.

On the other hand, there are guided excursions to the top of the volcano, but remember that you need to be in good shape to cope with the ascent, as it can last about 6 hours.

Also remember to bring warm clothing and appropriate footwear.

You can enjoy the breathtaking views of Gran Canaria, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro from this tourist attraction, the most visited on the island.

Regardless of where you stay in Tenerife, you should not miss a visit to this amazing volcano.