STOP 1. Los Roques Lookout
STOP 2. Lookout of the monument to the victims of the 1984 fire
STOP 3. The Colgado Lookout
STOP 4. Agando Lookout
STOP 5. El Bailadero Lookout
STOP 6. El Rejo Lookout
STOP 7. Tajaqué Lookout
STOP 8. Garajonay Heights
STOP 9. Igualero Lookout
STOP 10. Vallehermoso Lookout
STOP 11. Lomo del Dinero Lookout
STOP 12. The Piedra Hincada Lookout
STOP 13. Ermita de Lourdes Recreational Area
STOP 14. La Laguna Grande Recreational Area
STOP 15. Las Creces Recreational Area
STOP 16. Epina Recreational Area
STOP 17. The water that irrigates the island originates in Garajonay
STOP 18 The waters have revealed them
STOP 19. The sponge forest
STOP 20 Caution!
STOP 21. The tunnel of the vertical and the horizontal
STOP 22. Not all the woodland is the same
STOP 23. In Garajonay it is possible to live without touching the ground
STOP 24. This is one of the best trails for walking and learning about the laurisilva
STOP 25. A privileged trail/span>
STOP 26. A trail with a touch of exuberance and freshness
STOP 27. The trail, the stock route, a laurel with moss, ferns and who knows what else?
STOP 28. Princes, politician, woodcutters, tourists and many more have walked these paths
STOP 29. Beside laurus, the immortal giant
STOP 30. At last! A box alongside the trail
STOP 31. The route ends at Doña Florencia's Chapel
STOP 32. After centuries of human activity the forest is recovering its natural setting in Garajonay
STOP 33. A privileged tree
STOP 34. Unsustainable forestry
STOP 35. If the forest is denied nutrition it takes longer to recover
STOP 36. Traditional grazing used enclosures
STOP 37. Up and down... And beyond the seas
STOP 38. A stroll with a happy ending
STOP 39. El jardín de las creces or la cañada del jardín: a corral overflowing with resources
STOP 40. A recently formed gulley
STOP 41. The Myrtle and Tree heath forest
STOP 42. Have you got something in common with the laurel?
STOP 43. A sponge forest very close to the Sahara
STOP 44. "Why should i change if i don't need to?"
STOP 45. Which of these is the laurisilva tree?
STOP 46. A supermarket at your backdoor
STOP 47. Vindicating the "invisible"
STOP 48. Crossroads you have to choose a path... And if you like, a moment of reflection
STOP 49. The way the woodland is used has changed but the result is the same loving the forest today and tomorrow
STOP 50. A stroll through the past shows you the road to the future
STOP 51. Making tracks was hard work
STOP 52. Is the woodland "dirty"?
STOP 53. Fire stopped the ecological restoration of this area
STOP 54. La sita del monte
STOP 55. A place that brings hope
STOP 56. Where are the dinosaurs?
STOP 57. Canary Island balm, rosemary and thyme...
STOP 58. Conserving the woodland is in your hands too
STOP 59. Garajonay offers you beautiful landscapes full of old stories and new purposes
STOP 60. Imagine what the first human beings to see these rainforests on which you look today felt
STOP 61. Wayfarer there is no path, you make the path by walking
STOP 62. They are felling the woodland!
STOP 63. Garajonay: the sanctuary of the aboriginals of nature
STOP 64. Advancing towards conservation
STOP 65. The ground is more than a place to leave your footprint
STOP 66. Which tree is the laurisilva?
STOP 67. The tunnel
STOP 68. The rock rose, plants without stems
STOP 69. The round curve on our path
STOP 70. The farmstead is the huiman design in the landscape
STOP 71. The essence of the laurisilva in a single trail: from Contadero to El Cedro
STOP 72. At the summit, tree heath and clouds
STOP 73. Garajonay is host to the biggest heather plants in the world
STOP 74. The Wax-myrtle same name, different specie
STOP 75. Be careful of what you bring and what you take away
STOP 76. The forest glade
STOP 77. Homage to the butane gas cylinder
STOP 78. You are a fortunate person
STOP 79. Terraces in the forest
STOP 80. The Laurel
STOP 81. Death can be a blessing
STOP 82. The old camp
STOP 83. The colossus of the laurisilva
STOP 84. A river full of life
STOP 85. Las mimbreras end of the route
STOP 86. The Garajonay forest turns the clouds into water, makes use of it and then offers it to us
STOP 87. The laurisilva is the forest that 'distils' the water of the fogs
STOP 88. The mist on the summit and the water in the gulley
STOP 89. Palms trees also like water
STOP 90. Luxuriance all the way
STOP 91. The canary laurel, a species on the road to recovery