Ready to check out the best trails in Colombia? AllTrails has 32 great hiking trails, running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Whether you're looking for the best trails in Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona or El Cocuy National Park or for trails in Magdalena, Boyacá or Cundinamarca - we've got you covered. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 17 hard trails in Colombia ranging from 2.7 to 49.4 miles and from 459 to 16,138 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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running
off trail
3 days ago

hiking
bugs
no shade
12 days ago

This was a gorgeous hike, but a hard one due to the altitude!

hiking
fee
private property
20 days ago

Beautiful hike with a $15,000 COP fee. We went to the first waterfall with a toddler and baby strapped to our backs. (No fee for our small kids). There were some steep inclines during the first part of the hike but most of the trail was easy and enjoyable. Our 2.5 year old was frequently out of the pack walking it. Up to the waterfall itself there are some steep and slippery stairs, but it was super cool to be able to hike behind the water. Definitely a must see and I’m happy to pay to support such a well maintained and safe hike.

29 days ago

Hard but amazing climb to the top! Took me about 1.5 hours to climb with lots of stops. Lots of vendors selling fruit, water, juice, beer, etc on the way in case you want to take a break!

hiking
muddy
over grown
private property
rocky
1 month ago

Unique trail. Definitely do it counterclockwise. The first half is through the jungle and pretty much straight up hill. But in the clouds so fun. Then you come out to the valley of palms. Definitely take the spur to the farm. The view and the flowers are worth it. If you do it in the early morning, consider waiting at the top for a while to let the clouds burn off to get the atmospheric and clear views. But I would do it in the am so you have more solitude and it’s not hot.

hiking
1 month ago

Watch out! Part of the hike can't be accessed anymore (the one to reach Cristo Rey). We had to go back and take another path. Great trail with an amazing view on Jardín.

hiking
1 month ago

très beau parcours. Pas besoin de guide. Depuis MONGUI Après 1h et les sculptures MUISCA il y a l'embranchement, de chemin, route et sentier, prendre le sentier (c'est entre 2 piliers) qui monte raide, ensuite c'est indiqué. panoramas, Fraijelones et cascade, retour par l'autre flan de vallée. Prévoir de partir tôt car il fait froid et dans l'après-midi il pleut.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Incredible views! We decided to do the hike in three days. The first and last days you take a motorcycle up a road you’d normally “hike” up and down. You start a little earlier and go a little longer each day. Beware though- since you start earlier, mules aren’t available to carry your packs until day three. Carrying a 45pound pack definitely made it harder. Definitely recommend the hike, baquianos (Jorge) and doing it in 3 days.

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
1 month 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!

private property
1 month ago

CAMINAR CON CUIDADO Nuestro recorrido inició llegando a pueblo usme nos habiamos inscrito en una caminata con guía del acueducto pero ellos NO confirmaron con las demás personas y sólo llegamos nosotros dos, nos dijeron que podíamos ir pero bajo nuestra responsabilidad así que ya estando cerca decidimos ir a la laguna La regadera, un sitio hermoso y tranquilo pero no encontramos guardabosques en las casi 4 horas de caminata al rededor de la laguna, después encontramos la carretera que nos conduce a el embalse de chisaca. Al ingresar al recorrido para el embalse de chisaca no atendimos a los avisos que tienen para no pasar a algunos sitios que son algo peligrosos, afortunadamente nos encontró un guardabosques de la empresa del acueducto que nos comento que era muy arriesgado estar solos en ese sitio. "a varias personas los han robado, se disfrazan de guerrilleros y con escopetas y revolver les quitan los celulares y hasta violan a las niñas jovencitas" este comentario y varias historias más nos contaba mientras nos acompaño a la salida. Fue un ángel en el camino. El sitio es hermoso pero se debe ir en grupos grandes o con acompañamiento de guardabosques y guías.

bugs
muddy
2 months ago

Beautiful hard hike, loved every moment of it ( hiked Nov 05 2019) food was amazing, camp is clean felt very safe. We went with tour company called expotur and highly recommend them ( hike is called lost city in Colombia)

hiking
icy
rocky
2 months ago

La caminata no es muy técnica. Es exigente pero los paisajes que se pueden merecen el esfuerzo

Exigente,espectaculares paisajes

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful views,amazing trekking

hiking
closed
muddy
scramble
washed out
3 months ago

Pueblito and the leg from pueblito to Cabo San Juan Guia is CLOSED (as of Oct 2019), so you will need to detour taking a path west. When you get close to pueblito, go down to the "nudist beach" and follow the path parallel to the coast to the east to reach Cabo San Juan Guia. This adds +/- 30 min to the original . Overall hard, even if no rain, there is a viewpoint but it's private and they charge $5 to look. A bit disappointing since we had already paid to enter the park. There is shade most of the way, but there is no water available so bring tons. There are 2 kiosks that sell juices along the way. Entrance fee for non-colombians 53,500 COP per person + compulsory 3000 COP insurance per person per day.

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