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Get active and join Adeje’s new hiking programme 

Adeje has opened subscriptions for its new programme of hikes and activities to promote an active lifestyle.

The events are organised through the Department of Citizen Participation presid-ed over by Zebenzui Chinea Linares and go under the title of “Adeje Convivencia 10”.

It aims, through the walks, to publicise the value of the natural environment and its necessary protection, as well as promoting an active leisure in which coexistence among people is also encouraged.

“We intend to open a range of options linked to active leisure in which recreational and leisure activities are taken into account but we also consider that the routes and trails that have been selected have a relevant importance from an environ-mental and educational point of view,” said Chinea Linares.

The proposed routes are subject to change due, fundamentally, to the weather situation that may change from one moment to another; however, alternative options or date rotations will always be considered.

Those interested in partici-pating in any of the trails and activities will have to make a prior registration in the pre-mises of the School of Safety and Coexistence of Adeje which is located on Calle Beneharo in the La Nieves district. You can also make a request to via email at escuela@adeje.es or by contacting the same telephone number 922.77.51.09 from 1pm to7pm.

All the proposals will have a cost that will vary depending on the activity and all, without exception, will have a civil liability insurance with which security and medical health care is guaranteed if required.

The routes began on March 3rd which proved a sell-out. However, the places are open for the next route that will be by “Ifonche-Taucho” on March 24th.

The rest of the routes will be carried out, if the weather permits, in the consecutive months, where the group of hikers will be able to visit several corners of the island of Tenerife, La Gomera and the peninsula including La Orotava, the Costa del Sol (Caminito de la Rey), Teno and Los Silos.