You can climb to the summit by branching out from trails 4, 5, 5b and 6, which cover the north-eastern face of the Tauro mountain.
After a short walk through the pine forest, you will come to a plain, where significant remnants from the indigenous population have been found. This area is said to be an almogarén which is a place of worship used by the pre-Hispanic inhabitants. You can enjoy amazing views of all the peaks in the central part of the island. Instead of retracing your steps, you can continue your climb to reach the peak of the mountain, with views over the south of the island, and then join the trails that head towards the south via various paths. These southward trails are located just below the peak which has an altitude of 878 meters.