The Tenerife Bluetrail organisation has confirmed with just over a month to go that there is over three hundred people that have registered for the competition.
The trail, from sea to sky, is a mountain race that will cross the island on 16 April and will feature international, national and local athletes that compete at four varying levels of ability.
It is a big event for the island and allows people from different backgrounds to come together and enjoy sport on the island. It is also expected that more people wanting to take part will also increase as there are still two weeks which potential participants can register.
The most vigorous route of the competition is the Ultratrail, which is the longest route at 100km and runs from south to north of the island. The second and third hardest route is the Trail and the Mediatrail respectively.
There is also the Adapted trail which has been specially adapted for disabled athletes to take part.
All of the trails will eventually lead to La Orotava and the participants will experience firsthand some of the beautiful and diverse scenery that Tenerife has to offer.
The event is organised by Tenerife Cabildo’s Department of Environment and Sports and is alos in collaboration with Tourism of Tenerife, SINPROMI, Ideco and the Tenerife Mountaineering Federation.
There are still a few spaces left so if you fancy getting fit and healthy, taking in the great outdoors and experiencing the contrasting landscape of one of the best loved tourist islands, you can find out all you need to know from tenerifebluetrail.com