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Guia de Isora extends invite to go hiking this year 

Guía de Isora council has announced the calendar of hiking activities that will be organised throughout the year.

Those interested can re-gister in the database of hikers of the council that, by SMS, will notify of each activity.

During 2019 , the depart-ment led by the councillor for youth and sports José Ignacio Rivero has organised ten events, each with different routes and several difficulties.

The first of the excursions will be in the month of January to Caserío de Chamorga, Faro de Anaga and Roque Bermejo. In the month of February it will be the turn of the Chefelipes ravine, in La Gomera. In March you will enjoy the landscapes of Guía de Isora. In the month of April, participants will from Las Raíces to the vineyards. In May the route will be Ifonche-Vento. June will be the month of the climb to the peak of Mount Teide. For the most seasoned, during the month of July there will be a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. In the month of September, the destination is Izaña-Mirador del Filo. During October it will be the turn of the Teno massif, which in addition to the trail will have a stretch in kayak. And finally, in the month of November, the route El Bailadero-Almáciga-Benijo-Roque de las Bodegas.

For Sr. Rivero it is an opportunity “for both fans and for those who want to start” to enjoy this sport. Although the activities are organised by the Department of Youth, there is no age limit at the time of registration, so the council invites all residents “to sign up to this adventure and know both our environment and our residents.”

From the Department of Youth remember that it is necessary to follow the recommendations issued from the session, referring mainly to the difficulty and the clothing required for each of the trails. Interested persons can register by calling 922 850 100 ext 3550, writing to juventud@guiadeisora.org or approaching Casa de la Juventud.