The Cool New Ice Meister Slicer - All-Season Sledding lets you sled all year long on both the grassy hills of summer and the icy slopes of winter. The secret is the two removable ice block molds that attach to the bottom of the sled .
Yup, it translates to Hell's Ravine. But don't worry, the paths are now very walk-able, you'll need to pick up a hard hat from the office before you can begin. The walk starts in Adeje, so no need to travel far in you're already in the south!
Think you know Tenerife? If your first thoughts are of lobster red tourists and British themed pubs, it's time to look a little deeper. Here are 12 places that you won't believe are just a few miles from the tourist hot spots, and to the seasoned Canary travellers, you may find something new too! Take a trip and discover the real people and magic of the Island.
The first city of the Canary Islands, and a UNESCO world heritage site. Take a walk through the town, and if you're lucky you'll be there on a fiesta day!
Less than 10km from the bustling tourist beaches, head to tranquil Montaña Amarilla for clear blue seas, perfect for snorkelling and a little beach bar to finish the day.
Meaning 'Cave of Wind', this is one of the worlds largest lava tubes and will really make you feel like Indiana Jones. Take a coat and hiking boots!
Believe it or not, this is only a 2 hour walk from the main tourist town of Costa Adeje, you'll pass through many different landscapes, and there's a pine forest to cool down in at the top.
Hike or drive to this traditional, friendly community, meet the real people (and animals) of Tenerife and tuck in to a bowl of very local goat stew, a glass of wine or some cheese at one of the restaurants.