The Canary Island of La Gomera is a true paradise for hikers. This walk can be easily done in about three hours or less, depending on how often you stop to admire the beautiful views of the volcanic island. You start out in the direction of the north, following the TF 711 road. The road goes uo, and there is not much shade so you will have to take precautions so as not to burn or get dehydrated during the summer months. After an hour's walk you arrive at the viewpoint of Antonio Lazcano where you can see the rest of the path, through Chejelipes, this is the town located next to the dam at the bottom of the ravine, and then ends at La Laja and Lomo Fragoso.