Forest trails in Tenerife reopen with some limits after fire alerts reduced
The Tenerife Cabildo has today announced it has lowered the forest fire prevention measures to level 1. This is in line with the relaxation of the extreme weather alerts activated by the Canary Islands Government. It now means that the forest trails on the island can now be reopened with some limits in place.
Although the Tenerife Forest Trails are now open, the use of fire is not allowed. That includes be barbecues, firework displays, burning stubble, or machinery that could generate sparks.
The Cabildo is advising people to take extreme precautions and is asking for the Technical Service Department for the Forest Management to establish the necessary services to address the risk situation.