Pico do arieiro

pico do arieiro

What is Pico do Arieiro?

Pico do Arieiro is the third highest peak on Madeira with an altitude of 1818 metres. The views all around are stunning with clouds floating over the beautiful mountainous rock formations – it’s just impossible to describe.

Is Pico Arieiro worth the walk from Pico Ruivo?

The view here at Pico Arieiro is worth the challenging walk from Pico Ruivo. There is a cafe that serves a few drinks and a facet that you can get fresh water from. The peak feels really safe and you get some amazing views. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Is it easy to drive to Pico de adeiro?

Although driving up to Pico De Adeiro isn’t easy at times, it gives you opportunity to stop in a bay to admire the view. Worth going early in the morning as the car park gets full quite quickly. Advice: take at least half tank of petrol as there will be no petrol station in the certain height!

How long does it take to climb Pico Ruivo?

An excellently built path leads to Pico Ruivo, the highest peak, however do reckon with a two to three hour walk. During this walk, you will pass by Pico das Torres, the second highest of the island with 1851 m of altitude, which has no pedestrian access and is great for climbing.

How high is Pico do Arieiro?

Pico do Arieiro, is Madeiras third highest peak at 1,818 metres above sea level. There are a number of hiking routes around here for seasoned walkers. At the base of the steps, which go to the peak, there is a stone marker which informs visitors that at that point they are 1,810 metres above sea level.

What to do in Pico Arieiro?

Pico do Arieiro is the third highest peak of Madeira and some of the most popular tourist activities on the island. It’s an amazing sunrise viewpoint which is why with good weather many people gather to Pico Arieiro.

How to predict the clouds at Pico do Arieiro?

But if you want to watch sunset at Pico do Arieiro it’s a perfect tool to predict the clouds. The webcam updates its view every 30 minutes and you can even watch a time-lapse from the last 24 hours. This will give you a good insight of the last conditions on the peak.

Is Pico Arieiro worth the walk from Pico Ruivo?

The view here at Pico Arieiro is worth the challenging walk from Pico Ruivo. There is a cafe that serves a few drinks and a facet that you can get fresh water from. The peak feels really safe and you get some amazing views. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

How to get to Pico do Arieiro?

Public Transport Bus: There is no public bus that goes the whole way to the viewpoint but from Funchal, you can take the N56 bus until ‘Poiso’, which is a restaurant halfway up the route. You will then have to walk two hours to the summit or hitch-hike Taxi: The taxi to Pico do Arieiro will cost approximately 30-40 Euros one-way from Funchal.

How difficult is the hike to the Pico Ruivo?

The road is sometimes a bit narrow and step, but take it easy you will make it for sure. At the parking lot is a shop and toilets, check your provision and go. The hike to the Pico Ruivo is amazing. The path is accessible but sometimes very steep-the view is Worth all efforts.

Can a 12 year old hike the Madeira trail?

We have two kids, 10 and 12 yo, who are generally good hikers. Would they be able to do this hike, or at least a good part of it. We will be visiting Madeira in August and are planning on renting a car. Hi, It should be possible with children of that age, because the walk path is well prepared but it is a bit hilly.

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