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

Mind blowing!! I came down and around the boulders and was completely taken aback by the landscape and ocean! I must have stood there for 10 minutes in shock, just trying to take in all of its beauty. This hike is worth it!

The hike is easy as the trail is also a road made of dirt and/or cement blocks. The town, the people, the jungle and the food make this hike a trip of a life time! I have traveled extensively and lived in other countries and I was surprised at how open, friendly and social the Colombians are with foreigners. Love Colombia ❤ I stayed at Minca Ecohab Hotel and it was fantastic. Breakfast was included and Restaurante Santisabella right in Minca had amazing food.

A great hike with Guide Alfredo Correa from Cocuy and young son Giovanni who bounded along as if he was going for a seaside stroll while we plodded along at a rate defined by altitude and ancient bodies.

A great but strenuous hike accompanied by an excellent guide. Alfredo Correa from Cocuy.

Missing from the list of hikes is that to El Púlpito del Diablo and el Pan de Azucar 25km. We did this with Martha Correa, also a great guide.

hard trail!! get up to 4600 meters... you need a guide that you can get in town of el cocuy

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5 months ago

amazing trail!!! get up to 5000meters! you need a guide tho.. but easy to get in town

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3 months ago

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