Vereda El Yunque is a 4.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sabana, Puerto Rico that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
This trail is in a rainforest. Appropriate rain gear is needed. The waterfall is small, but pretty.
I would definitely recommend coming to the park as early as you can in order to ensure parking. We connected with the El Yunque trail via the Mt. Briton spur (after having completed the Mt. Briton trail). The trail afforded us spectacular views of the island. We connected with Las Picachos and walked out to the tower lookout before backtracking and walking up to the El Yunque lookout. The hike itself was relatively easy, but I could see how inclement weather would make the trail difficult to pass. We were apparently lucky and did not experience any rain or cloud cover! Be sure to check the weather before you go, as cloud cover could obscure your view. We had a relatively easy time on this trail, but did have to scramble in a few places. I would recommend shooting down the Roca El Yunque after finishing this trail- the views are fantastic.
Well it is a rainforest and you will get wet, but if you adore lush vegetation, this hike is perfect for you
Fantastic all the trail was clean and well marked
Trails were all paved and easy. Bring a sweater or light jacket because it does get chilly in some parts.
work but worth it