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A 110-kilometer challenge that crosses the island from south to north through the Teide National Park

Race Category


Running Stones


Finals Access


110 KM

Elevation Gain

6250 M+

Start Date

Friday 7th June 2024

Race Start


Max Allowed Race Time

27 Hours

Sea, sky and volcano

The experience of climbing Spain's highest peak is only available to the bravest. Taking part in the race with the highest altitude in the country is not as impressive as the sensation of climbing Mount Teide surrounded by a sea of clouds. These 110 kilometres start on the south coast of the island, on Los Cristianos beach, and will take you up to 3,555 metres to finish at a beach-side finish line in the tourist town of Puerto de la Cruz. The Tenerife Bluetrail 100 M is magic. It must be because it crosses a one of a kind landscape, the Teide National Park, declared a World Heritage Site. Sea, sky, clouds, volcano... and sea again. This is Tenerife's landscape, which leaves an impression on everyone.

The 6,250 metres of positive elevation gain in the race allows you to cross rocks and volcanic cones, climb among the jagged rocks of the malpaíses, take a break to contemplate the sunrise and the island in its entirety from the summit of Teide, and then make a dizzying descent through pine forests and laurel forests to reach trails along the edge of the sea on the north coast of Tenerife.

Sea, sky and volcano