Mount Teide Cable Car Tickets

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Go up Mount Teide by Cable Car

Experience a unique sensation; get to the summit of El Teide by cable car and enjoy amazing views. Weather permitting, you can also see the other Canary Islands from the very top of this volcano. The Teide Cable Car takes you to the summit of Spain’s highest volcano in less than 10 minutes!

This cable car allows you to fly over the National Park on modern cabins and equipped with all comforts. Since the Teide is a National Park, we should take care of it and respect the environment. Please bring water, some food, warm clothes, and hiking shoes. Keep in mind that you are visiting the summit of a mountain.

Optional Hiking routes on the Top

The ROUTE TO LA FORTALEZA VANTAGE POINT offers spectacular views of the north of the island, its villages, and the astronomic observatories. (Medium difficulty, 25 minutes) – (+12€ Extra price p.p)

ROUTE PICO VIEJO VANTAGE POINT takes you to the crater formed during the last eruption in the 18th century and to see the lava streams. (Medium difficulty, 30 minutes) – (+12€ Extra price p.p)

AUDIO-GUIDE (3€ – Extra cost)

This is the perfect option if you want to discover the landscape and find out about it under your own steam with the help of our audio guide (available in English, German, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Polish, and Dutch). Get detailed and essential information about the three emblematic trails that leave from Teide Cable Car top station and follow different routes across the volcano’s slopes.

In order to receive a physical audio guide, it is necessary to leave your passport/ID card or a deposit of €50.00 which will be returned to you when you return the audio guide.

Or, if you prefer, download the audio guide app to your Android or Apple device. You just need to use the booking code from your cable car + audio guide ticket to quickly and easily download the app and enjoy a contactless experience.

Know before you book

Remember that you are going to be at 3,550 meters of altitude, you must go prepared for extreme climatic conditions depending on the time of year. You may notice the so-called “altitude sickness”, (lack of oxygen), try to move with peace of mind and if you are going to do both routes on foot, carry water, in any case, you should always be hydrated.

Our schedules

From 09.00h to 16.00h. last climb at 14.00h – 01 July to 10 September until 18.00h, last climb at 16.00h

The stay in the upper station of La Rambleta is limited to one hour.

In any case, once the reservation has been made, you will receive a confirmation with the assigned time.

Once you make your booking, we will send by e-mail an official PDF Ticket (not necessary to be printed) valid for you to skip the line on the spot.

 

Top of the World. Wonderful Experience!

Rated 5 out of 5
26/12/2020

Weather changeable and certainly cold in January but bright clear and stunning views of you get a bit of luck. Walk up to the peak is short but steep but take it slow and steady and you will be fine.

Chris (Tripadvisor, 2020)

Amazing Trip!

Rated 5 out of 5
26/12/2020

We loved the amazing scenery on the way, it’s breathtaking. The cable car ride was lovely, wish we could go – visit every year.

Jon Morrisey (Jan, 2020, Tripadvisor)

Outstanding

Rated 5 out of 5
26/12/2020

The views are amazing, the cars can be quite packed and there are only two of them so you do have to queue but it’s worth the wait.

Louise (Mar, 2020)