The island of La Palma is a premier destination for hikers because of its scenery, varied climates and high altitudes. Enjoy!
La isla de La Palma es un destino de primer orden para senderistas y amantes de los naturaleza por su belleza, contrastes climáticos extremos y por su gran altitud ¡Disfrutala!
Cloud fall over the west side viewed from Caldera
Some friends and I
Palmerian rural landscape
In the way of "Los Nacientes" route
Tunnel path on "Los Nacientes"
"Tajinaste" bushes at top of Roque de los Muchachos mountain, 2400 m. of high
Sea cloud over La Palma island, peaks of "Bejenado" and "Cumbre Vieja" are visible
Mountain range visible from Roque de Los Muchachos
From Roque de los Muchachos the abyss of the Caldera, over 2000 m. of height difference!
The inside Caldera
Roque de los Muchachos belvedere
Clear day under normal trailing wind conditions
From 2400 m. of height, the near islands of Tenerife (left) and La Gomera (center)
The "palette" volcano colors
The cloud tsunami is coming!
Traditional holidays, El Paso
Handicraft manufacture of cigars, Argual
Park and garden Antonio Gomez Felipe, Los Llanos de Aridane
Traditional salt factory
North coast landscape
Cold lava flow of Teneguia volcano eruption (1971)
Trekking on hard environment!
Windy day on top of Teneguia volcano
Summit of Teneguia volcano
On the "Volcano Route"
"Tuc" my loyal friend
East side island cloudy due to trailing wind effect
"Nambroque" mountain peak
"Hoyo Negro" volcano
Solid magma lake of "Duraznero"
Even on the hard volcano rock the life could begin
Cloud-fall at sunset
Winter at Caldera de Taburiente National Park
MAGIC (Major Atmospheric Gamma Imaging Cherenkov Telescopes) is a system of two Imaging Atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes situated at the Roque de Los Muchachos (ORM) on La Palma, one of the Canary Islands, at about 2200 m above sea level. MAGIC detects particle showers released by gamma rays, using the Cherenkov radiation.
MAGIC. With a diameter of 17 meters for the reflecting surface, is the largest telescope in use on ORM
The Gran Telescopio Canarias (GranTeCan or GTC), also known as the Great Canary Telescope is a 10.4 m (410 in) reflecting telescope located at the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory (ORM) on the island of La Palma.
Friends and I visiting the top of La Palma
"Tajinaste" is the generic name given in the Canary Islands (Spain) to some species of Echium gender, endemic of Canary Islands flora
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