The path starts in the North of the hill of La Cumbrecita and, from the beginning of the tour, one can see a host of fallen trees, as a result of the tropical storm Delta in 2005. Northward, it is possible to contemplate a panoramic view of the Caldera; Southward the Valle del Riachuelo and Cumbre Nueva and, towards the Northeast, you can see the Roques de la Cumbrecita. Gently lowering between the pines, it is possible to appreciate the different species of flora, such as amagantes, tederas and corazoncillos. After approximately 400 m, you pass next to a rocky promontory, where you can appreciate a pine that was rooted in a fissure in the rock, along with various specimens that are typical in the rocks. Before arriving to the Barranco de Juan Flores, several specimens of the tajinastes azules (Echium) can be seen, which will accompany the visitor during the journey into the Barranco del Riachuelo. On its riverbed, the Barranco de Juan Flores presents vegetation that varies in species, being abundant the ones associated to wet and fresh environments . When crossing the ravine, you can see a few stone walls that delimit old crop areas and blackened pines, the result of forest fires during the nineties. Rising 30 m you can access to a rocky outcrop, which is conditioned as a vantage point. A steep slope descends towards the Barranco de Guedea and, about 200 m from it, there are several plots to experiment the specimens of the flora of the park, some of which are in danger of extinction. Before reaching the Barranco del Salto de la Pantanera, there are several pine trees debarked in their lower part, due to the rockfalls caused by rain and strong wind. In the cliff, a natural dam was exploited to build a small water pool, used by birds and walkers. The path continues next to the cliff and then descends. Travellers must be careful with the landslides on the top of it. The route crosses the Barranco de Tabercorade, which, on its right margin, presents a construction with the appearance of cave, used for storing explosives for the opening of the tunnel. Then, the path ascends in zig zag and, about 200 m after, you can observe large pine trees damaged by landslides in 2004 and 2005. The path continues to the Barranco de La Madera and Laja Azul and, a little bit ahead, a viewpoint offers a good landscape of Cumbre Nueva. After, climbing down in zig zag and walking around the cliff where the mirador was, you will come to the Galería (tunnel) of Laja Azul. The trail joins the access track to the tunnel and presents an irregular soil, but it can be accessed by vehicles. Further ahead you reach the Fuente del Pino, which was formerly used for washing clothes and watering livestock. At 300 m there is another tunnel, the Intermediate one, from where you abandon the track and continue through the path to the left. The tour continues at the foot of the cliff, passing by abandoned crops of almond trees until reaching the Barranco de Juan Caitana. The descent of the ravine begins after 200 m and, on its upper part, you can see abandoned cultivation terraces. Approximately 4.5 km from the start is the Galería de Las Palomas, which presents a small altar with a virgin. A steep climb finishes in a vantage point, from which you can observe the Colada de San Juan. From this vantage point, while you're descending you pass by the stream bed of the Barranco de las Palomas, being able to observe chestnut trees, almond trees and pine trees. The path climbs up to the borderline of the Lomo de Padrón, continuing until the top of the hill and bordering the area under cultivation. In the final stretch, you can find the Galería de Ajonique and the route that passes through the ravine of the same name. On the left margin of the ravine it bounds with the track PR LP-1, until it finishes in the chapel of the Virgen del Pino.