Explore the most popular Nature Trips trails in Quindío with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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rocky
1 day ago

Fun hike. Suggest to do it counter clockwise. Easy if you're fit (should take less than 5 hrs). Just don't do it on a rainy day because of possible mudslides!

Loved it! Very hard through the mountain because it was raining but if you like a good challenge this is it! Signs are available if you decide to take a shortcut but I strongly recommend to go to the top and see the colibris take some hot chocolate, sugar cane or coffee drink. Use the bathroom take some pics and continue. On the way back you will be able to have the most amazing and breathtaking view. This is my favorite place in the world. There is no place like this where the tallest palmtrees grow in mountains.

Great walk, track is a little muddy in some parts but nothing serious. Good tramping boots or trail shoes would be recommended. We turned right at the blue gate at the main entrance and completed the trail anti - clockwise.

hiking
2 months ago

This trail is amazing, after 1h30 hour in the valley and in the jungle following a river, we skip the passage to Acaime and turn left to climb the hill ( pretty tough for me who is not use to altitude but doable ). The view on the top is amazing and the descent to the valley (2h with plenty of stops to take pictures) is breathtaking. Highly recommended

A must trail to do when in Colombia.

Our family with 2 girls (ages 9 & 11) completed the loop starting at the blue gate, counterclockwise in 6 hours. Some parts of the trail require intuition to assume you are on the right route, but we never strayed incorrectly. One member of our party was peeved by the detour to the Acaime Bird Reserve. It is definitely skippable if you have seen a few hummingbirds elsewhere. Views are beautiful even on a cloudy day.

hiking
muddy
private property
rocky
5 months ago

Great trail! If going clockwise expect to pay 4000 COP at the beginning. It’s a gradual climb up a road /trail that brings you to a small home where you can have a coffee (2000 COP) and take a break. Highest altitude at this point. From there it’s a steep narrow trail down. Most of the trail has rocks, mud and some horse dropping’s. There are some great sights to see along the way before getting to the finish. Lots of open mountainous fields. Near the end you must pay 3000 COP as this is another private property. Started the climb at 7am and highly recommend doing the clockwise trail. Great lighting as the sun rises.

Beautiful trail. Well worth doing the long loop (counterclockwise). Best to start early because it gets warm hiking uphill. The trail is well marked except at the bottom where it’s heavily covered by vegetation.

hiking
5 months ago

Trail was dry - and doable in runners (but would have preferred hiking boots). Suggest going counterclockwise (turn right at the blue gate). Bring cash for park entry fee.

hiking
muddy
rocky
5 months ago

hiking
muddy
private property
6 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

The initial uphill part through the jungle seems to be closed. And although you can still hike the trail, it is pretty overgrown.

This trail takes you the back way through the jungle abov e the mirador. Harder, muddier, more satisfying an effort. lots of steep up hill!

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muddy
9 months ago

hiking
rocky
9 months ago

Nice hiking through the forest. A bit hard approaching the highest point due to altitude

backpacking
10 months ago

unfinished bc i am running low on battery but we are returning as we came

hiking
1 month ago

on Valle de Cocora Loop

hiking
2 months ago

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