Spent 4 hours hiking the "four in row" trip over Roques del Cedro, Montana del Cedro, Roques de Chavao and Montana Gangarro. Weather was excellent and views of Teide amazing. Routefinding was ok on the first two peaks but then more or less disappeared. The route on the ridges is not part of the official trail network in the nationalpark.
Upon the second climb we had excellent views, though no consecutive one. The tall bushes on the summit prevented it. Found the descent chimney filled with a pine tree trunk making it very easy this time around
Climbed Montaña Gangarro as the last of four mountains. Had great trouble descending to Bocca Tauce, however. There was a chimney, which we could only barely negotiate. No views on that day