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Mirador los Pozos de las Nieves

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Francisco Jose Fernandez Sanchez wrote a review Oct 2020
Las Rozas, Spain162 contributions77 helpful votes
If you are traveling in Gran Canaria, go up to the center of the island to its highest point and you will discover a dream view, especially at sunset From this viewpoint you will observe the wildest mountains of the island surrounded by lush pine trees, huge ravines, and views that fall more than 1000 meters down From here you can see the island of Tenerife and it is the point from which the Teide, the highest mountain in Spain, can be seen in all its splendor, looming above the sea of ​​clouds, watching the sun disappear behind the island of Tenerife. it's a unique show Be careful, we are almost 2000 meters high, it cools at dusk, you have to bundle up and especially it is winter, this place is called Pozo de las Nieves because here many winters it snows even though we are in the Canary Islands The viewpoint parking is small, it is advisable to go early and if it is possible to avoid weekends, when leaving you have to be patient as a good caravan of cars is formed
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Stevan G wrote a review Jul 2019
Scotland, United Kingdom185 contributions79 helpful votes
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As per most reviewers the views from here are stunning particularly to the north west where Roque Nublo makes a fabulous foreground to mount Teide far off in the distance! Not a great place to hang around though as the noise of the snack can generator and cars sitting running their engines (presumably to keep the car cool) makes for a noise and fumey experience. Also note that there is not a lot of space to park!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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David D wrote a review Nov 2018
Devon, United Kingdom8,783 contributions1,548 helpful votes
Friday 21st September we had just visited Roque Nublo and the next stop along our adventure was at this Mirador. Today really was the day of a thousand wows, could not stop saying it the scenery we saw was spectacular and the view from here was no exception it just added to the total, breathtaking, we could see for miles. There was an information board there which detailed the highlights of the view in front of us, we could see the towns of Fataga, San Bartolome de Tirajana and Dunas Maspalomas. We also had a view of Roque Nublo.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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flamingice wrote a review Jun 2018
Maidstone, United Kingdom835 contributions58 helpful votes
This was without a doubt one of the highlights of our trip. We had an amazing day driving in a circular route through the valleys and mountains. We drove from Playa del Ingles, through Aguimes and into the Barranco de Guayadeque, from here we drove on to the Caldera de Marteles and then continued up onto the Pico de las Nieves. After, we drove back through the forests, via Roque Nublo, through the Fataga valley, stopping at Degollada de La Yegua, and then on back to our hotel. That day we must have said "wow" so many times that we would have never kept count. We managed the drive in a small eco friendly automatic Corsa - so don't be put off by the drive! It was slightly unnerving at times with the steepness of the roads and the tight bends, but the scenery more than made up for it. It was a clear and warm day when we went, but oh how windy it was when we arrived at the top! My partner held on to me for dear life as he was worried I was going to blow away. There were some clouds on the day we went, but we thought they just added to the atmosphere at the top - plus, it was still clear enough to see all the way to Mount Teide on Tenerife. 100% recommended - and if you were wondering how to slot a visit here into your trip, I would definitely recommend the route that we took.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Mamanton wrote a review May 2016
St. Petersburg, Russia43 contributions6 helpful votes
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You can reach the viewpoint only by car. So, if you are interested in photography, please come with a tripod and large format or panoramic camera. Nice road to final destination. Water and snacks on the top. Fantastic views around. Some roads for tracking or hiking. We were lucky with a weather and clouds, and I wish you the same!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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