The park structure consists of a succession of ravines, escarpments and dramatic mountains and great beauty.
Tamadaba is a huge massif that includes ecosystems such as cliffs Adén Verde and the crags and slopes of Guayedra. There is also strange rock formations caused by erosion as the famous “Dedo de Dios”.
Flora and fauna
Among the vegetation stand the pine forests of high ecological value, such as those of Tamadaba and Tirma, perfectly preserved nesting several endemic species such as the blue chaffinch of Gran Canaria and the great spotted woodpecker. Also, it is classified Bird Protection Zone. Cistus, euphorbia Canary and Euphorbia balsamifera develop in the lower areas. In the bed of gullies appear palm groves. In the park, there is also the unique Canarian cedar and some endemic species such as the "daisy of Teide” and “Globularia salicina”.