Wow! Padre Teide!Gracias por este camara!I was there 2 month ago!It was amazing!
oops, my mistake, Planet of the Apes was not filmed here.
I drove up here last week and the view over the Canadas is spectacular, you can go for long walks and up other mountains round about. It can get cold as you are above the clouds, this is also where they made the film Clash of the Titans and Planet of the Apes.
How about write
You could not right this Mr Sam
That road that you saw Patti is one of the most important mountain roads in the island of Tenerife. It si TF-21 connecting La Orotava and Puerto de la Cruz on the northern slopes of this volcanic island to the high altitude area called Las Canadas del Teide, an immense volcanic caldera situated at over 2000 m a.s.l. There is another road, TF 38 that connects the high altitude area with the western slopes of the Island, especially the sea=shore resorts of Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos, located on Costa Adeje. From TF 21 there is a small road that takes you to the cable car that goes on Mount Teide, but not on the proper summit, it stops 150 m lower. You need a special permission to climb the summit itself, since it is a nature reserve and protected by law.
Thank you Patti!
Mihai Alexandru Retegan :-)
Hello everyone, When I saw this volcano I found it similar to Vesuvius, and of course, I went to Wiki, and it says to be a stratovolcano volcano like Vesuvius and a lot of information I got there, and as I see vehicles moving on a road in the distance, I It caught the attention of seeing how close to the volcano is, and good by using the Google earth app I found the road. Thanks to all these things I can know everything very well. Perfect! ! Mihai, Thank you for your great information and I congratulate you because you were there.
I have been there a couple of years ago. The webcam is installed at the Hotel called Paradores de las Canadas, which is situated some 4 km away from the volcano itself at an altitude of 2150-2200 metres above sea level (a.s.l.). The view is facing north. To the right of Pico del Teide, which is 3718 m a.s.l., that smaller shoulder that we can see is Montana Blanca, some 2750 m a.s.l. while to the left, not visible in this view, is Pico Viejo, 3135 m a.s.l. Pico Viejo, the spanish for The Old Peak, is an extinct volcano with a very large crater, that was active long before Teide was ”born”. The immense boulder shields that we can observe to the right and to the left, at the very base of Teide ar lava flows and lava fields. Thank you Paradores and Shyline for this fantastic view.
27feb19--Thanks to the Hosts , both, for sponsoring this Mount Teide 'live-cam'.
Over 100 peeps viewing now. Apparently Teide last erupted in 1909 from the El Chinyero vent, on the Santiago Ridge.
Super cam! /557 hits - 84 on-line/27/02/19 15.43
Ufff. Vaya volcan! Gracias por una nueva cámara en Skyline.Siempre al deleite de nuestras vistas.