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Montaña Roja

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Mickbod2014 wrote a review Dec 2020
Swanley, United Kingdom35 contributions40 helpful votes
Cracking views of Playa Blanca, it is worth the effort to get up. Make sure you have good footwear, ie no flipflops.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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dorsett1978 wrote a review Nov 2020
Christchurch16 contributions17 helpful votes
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If you are staying in Playa Blanca I would highly recommend a trek up the Montana Roja volcano. Although it looks quite high and steep from a distance, the footpath is (for the most part) actually quite manageable, and it doesn't take too long to get to the top (about half an hour, straight up, or 45 mins if you stop to rest and take photos, which we did. The view from the top is amazing with views of Playa Blanca, Fuerteventura and El Golfo. Once at the top you can walk around the crater rim or descend into the crater, which would add another 30 mins to your journey - if you have less time or you are out of breath from the initial climb then I would skip the crater walk and just take in the great views. Parking doesn't seem to be an issue - all the streets around the start of the footpath (labeled Montana Baja on google maps, on the eastern side of the volcano) are deserted, however the closest and most convenient street is now signposted as a tow-away zone . As such, my advice would be to stay on the Calle Noruega. Eventually you will come to a fork in the road where there is a villa with a glass balustrade. The left hand fork is labeled as the tow-away zone, so take the right hand fork instead, and park at the end of the street, as shown in the photo below.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mikeijay wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom110 contributions75 helpful votes
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After a couple of weeks of all inclusive gluttony decided to do this hike daily. You can park on Montana Baja and just follow the telephone mast to the start of the trial. The start is pretty steep but it’s not long at all. You can get to the top in 15 mins. Just need some good trainers which my running shoes were not! From the top you have a great path all the way around the rim of the volcano. Best to go early morning to watch the sun come over the mountains and when it’s cooler. Amazing wrap around views of Playa Blanca. The walk from start to finish is just under 3km and it’s extremely rewarding! The trail is good apart from one corner but nothing too challenging. Be careful as it’s very windy!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Thomascooked wrote a review Aug 2020
Wirral, United Kingdom103 contributions59 helpful votes
Its is a relatively easy climb if you have reasonable fitness. I got to the top it about 15 minutes and the view was nice. It is however ridiculously windy up there, I was getting buffered around and anything thats loose will be caught by the wind, if its a hat it will be gone, if a open shirt or jacket it will have the potential to knock you off your feet. I couldn't and wouldn't try to get too close to the edge, the view might be good but the wind could be enough to push you over the edge. Perhaps I was a bit unlucky with the wind but do consider if it is windy down bottom (in my experience Lanzarote usually is) it will be ten times worse at the top.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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S B wrote a review Aug 2020
Enfield, United Kingdom14 contributions2 helpful votes
This volcano was only a 10 minute walk from our hotel. We climbed it early morning as it was cooler and less windy. You can walk the whole crater rim and also walk across the bottom of the crater. Great for views for Playa Blanca and surrounding islands.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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