QTVR Panorama Page September 2001
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Degollada de Cherfe
View over the cliffs of Teno Mountains taken from the Mirador of Degollada de Cherfe. From left to right: the peak of Los Pajares (1039m.a.s.l.), the village of Masca with behind the peak of Roque de Masca (916m.a.s.l.), the peak of La Mesa (1105m.a.s.l.), and the SOL team member Mauro Di Cecca looking at the panorama.
Spectacular view over the cliffs of Los Pajares taken from the Mirador de Masca. From left to right: the village of Masca, the peak La Mesa (1105m.a.s.l.) overhanging Masca, the Degollada de Cherfe which we are coming from, the steep cliffs of Los Pajares (1039m.a.s.l.), the Atlantic Ocean to west and the peak of Roque de Masca (916m.a.s.l.).
View from Punta de Teno, the westernmost point of Tenerife Island. From left to right: the Teno Mountains, the steep cliffs of the Acantillado de los Gigantes (about 1km tall over the sea), the Gomera Island in the Atlantic Ocean, and the Teno Lighthouse.
View over Las Caņadas, the summit caldera of Teide Volcano. From left to right: the white peak of Pico de Teide (3718m.a.s.l.), the dikes of Roques de Garcia (2183m.a.s.l.), La Catedral in the distance, the caldera rim (Roque Los Almendros, 2532m.a.s.l.) and the rocks of Caņada Blanca just below the sun.