Tickets for Teide Cable Car: Skip The Line
Glide to the top of Spain's highest point - and soak up stunning volcanic views
- Ride 1,200 meters up to the top of Mount Teide, an active volcano and UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Enjoy stunning views from your specially refurbished cable car as it completes its 8-minute journey
- Climb the final 200 meters to the summit, discover exotic plants and animals, or call home from Spain's Highest Public Telephone!
Mount Teide doesn't just dominate the island of Tenerife, it's the highest point in all of Spain. Luckily, you don't have to climb all 3,718 meters to get to the top of this UNESCO World Heritage Site – the cable car will whisk you to the top in no time. There you can bask in the stunning views, admire the unique local wildlife, and even climb up to the very summit before you eventually glide back down to earth.
Although it's a wildly popular tourist destination, Teide is still an active volcano (even if the last eruption was in 1909!). Its craggy landscapes are so out-of-this-world that NASA uses it to test scientific equipment and the latest robotic vehicles in preparation for exploring Mars!
Your cable car is a little slower than a space shuttle, but will still carry you an impressive 1,200 meters up in under 8 minutes. The recently refurbished cars offer breathtakingly panoramic views of the otherworldly surroundings as you glide up in near-silence.
At the upper station, you'll have plenty of time to explore and check out the local flora and fauna, many of which are completely unique to the island. The more intrepid explorers can climb the last 200 meters to the summit, or simply enjoy the jaw-dropping views from the two vantage points.
- Cable car ride up to the Teide summit and back down
- Permit to hike up the Teide
- Show your smartphone ticket at the Online ticket line at the cable car station. Make sure to arrive at least 10 minutes before your chosen timeslot
- If you arrive late, you will be assigned the next available timeslot. Waiting times may occur in this case
- At the top, for area conservation reasons, the Teide National Park restricts visiting times to 1 hour
- Kids 0-3 get in free, but travelling with them isn't recommended due to higher risks of altitude sickness. If you bring a child under 3, you must sign a waiver at the base station
- People with heart problems & pregnant women aren't allowed on the cable cars due to the risk high altitude poses to their health
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Teide Cable Car base station, at km 43 of the TF-21 motorway, La Orotava, is only reachable by car