Pico do Arieiro Walk

Pico do Arieiro Walk

35.00

  • Collected from the Hotel.
  • Distance: 13 km.
  • Full Day: 8hrs.
  • We stop for about 30 minutes for a picnic.
  • Max 16 people.
  • Children from age 4-11 pay € 17,5 (50% off).
  • Available on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Pickup times:

Caniço/Garajau: 8h45 - 8h50
Funchal - Center: 8h35 - 8h45
Funchal - Lido: 8h15 - 8h35
Funchal - Praia Formosa: 8h10 - 8h15


Madeira Pico do Arieiro Walk

The Madeira Pico do Arieiro walk is a Hike on rugged terrain along part of the central mountain chain that runs across the island. The views are truly spectacular. This trail is unique in that it links the two highest peaks of Madeira Island, Pico Ruivo (1861 m) and Pico do Arieiro (1817 m), traversing part of the Central Mountain Massif. Besides the fact that you just don’t stop seeing some of natures most spectacular scenery like the oldest heather forest in existence, you also get a chance to see some endemic birds to the island and also the most endangered seabird of Europe.

These ancient trees that are found just before you get to Pico Ruivo, are many hundreds of years old and were already there when Zarco discovered and landed on the island for the first time. The view is most awesome from Pico Ruivo, where on a clear day, you can see forever! Although the path is well used, the Madeira Pico do Arieiro walk is not for vertigo sufferers. Suitable robust footwear and clothing are essential no matter what time of the year you are doing this Madeira walk.

Pico do Arieiro Walk

  • Collected from the Hotel.
  • Distance: 13 km.
  • Full Day: 8hrs.
  • We stop for about 30 minutes for a picnic.
  • Max 16 people.
  • Children from age 4-11 pay € 17,5 (50% off).
  • Available on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

35.00

Pickup times:

Caniço/Garajau: 8h45 - 8h50
Funchal - Center: 8h35 - 8h45
Funchal - Lido: 8h15 - 8h35
Funchal - Praia Formosa: 8h10 - 8h15


Madeira Pico do Arieiro Walk

The Madeira Pico do Arieiro walk is a Hike on rugged terrain along part of the central mountain chain that runs across the island. The views are truly spectacular. This trail is unique in that it links the two highest peaks of Madeira Island, Pico Ruivo (1861 m) and Pico do Arieiro (1817 m), traversing part of the Central Mountain Massif. Besides the fact that you just don’t stop seeing some of natures most spectacular scenery like the oldest heather forest in existence, you also get a chance to see some endemic birds to the island and also the most endangered seabird of Europe.

These ancient trees that are found just before you get to Pico Ruivo, are many hundreds of years old and were already there when Zarco discovered and landed on the island for the first time. The view is most awesome from Pico Ruivo, where on a clear day, you can see forever! Although the path is well used, the Madeira Pico do Arieiro walk is not for vertigo sufferers. Suitable robust footwear and clothing are essential no matter what time of the year you are doing this Madeira walk.

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