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rocky
1 day ago

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!

Brilliant hike with fabulous views. We hiked anticlockwise to save our knees on the way down.

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rocky
1 month ago

absolutely gorgeous、the drive up included、well worth the trip from the city

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muddy
1 month ago

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rocky
1 month ago

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

hiking
1 month ago

Grueling uphill the whole way and some 2300 meters of elevation over 2 km BUT what a view! Absolutely stunning vista from the top and well worth the hundreds of stairs and throngs of people.

hiking
1 month ago

Second time doing the round trip, but today was not rainy so i took time to take some pictures and talk to other people and police. Nice hike previous to my volcano.
#HikeRevolution, #Colombia, #Bogota, #Monserrate, #Ibague, #Chato

some steep parts, but totally worth it. the downhill climbing over boulders was amazing (but watch your footing!)

Really nice hike. Be prepared for lots of musquitos, cold showers and quite a tough hike, but in the end it’s all worth it!
I would ddfinitely recommend it to others. Tip: don’t wash your clothes after a hike: it’s so humid that they will not dry during night so they stay wet.

hiking
4 months ago

Awesome trail with beautifull views over the jungle. We did the tour with Magic Tours; experienced guides and translator Made the complete journey worth it!

5 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Very steep, rocky trail but worth the hard work for the great views at the top, including the city of Cali! Recommend going with a guide as it is not marked but is obvious in most parts. Lots of tropical birds singing but hard to find in the dense foliage!

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.

on Ciudad Perdida

backpacking
11 months ago

This trail is certainly difficult but well worth the reward along the way and at the end. This trail is close the 40 mi round trip. It is hot and humid but the guides are fun and full of information. i strongly recommend this trip to anyone who is looking for a cultural and spiritual experience. You must appreciate nature and be sure to respect the local tribes.

11 months ago

This trail was just barely worth the struggle. The trail is very steep, up and down, up and down, the whole way to and from, and very very hot. The camps along the way can be crowded and lots of people get sick via a gastro bug. BUT it is a beautiful hike and the Lost City at the end is truly amazing. We used Guias y Banquianos Tours and they were incredible- one of our guides Pedro used to farm the land and was able to give us an authentic history of the region. I have no regrets about doing this awesome hike- just be ready for it!

hiking
Friday, March 09, 2018

This was my first multi-day hike. The 2nd day was the hardest, lots and lots of uphill. Arrived in the Lost City the morning of day 3. It was amazing!

hiking
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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

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Saturday, February 10, 2018

Amazing hike!!! I see older reviews talk about hammocks, which is what I thought we would have. My friend and I just completed this 26 Jan - 29 Jan with Guias y Baquianos tour company. we had clean beds that were enclosed in mosquito nets.

Tougher than I expected, but the food and views were amazing!!! I highly recommend.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

C’est effectivement un must en Colombie. Nous l’avons fait en 4 jours avec Expotur: compagnie très sérieuse et très organisée.
Le trek commence dans les anciens champs de coca pour se finir dans la jungle à la ciudad perdida. Le retour est finalement bien car on passe à des heures différentes qu’à l’aller avec des éclairages différents.
Conditions d’hébergement rudimentaires mais acceptables.

hiking
Sunday, December 31, 2017

Las Delgatidas es un sendero que conecta a la vereda Sabaletas con el pueblo Montebello, aunque es angosto y empinado, está bien cuidado y es utilizado por los campesinos que viven en sus ranchos a lo largo del sendero, lo mágico de éste recorrido fué, que en un principio había poca visibilidad por los matorrales que rodeaban el sendero, hacía un calor abrazador y un sol intenso; y a medida que se ascendía, se despejaba la vista, mostrando los ranchos, veredas y pueblos allegados; se tornaba más
y más fresco el clima, hasta ser completamente frío; y al llegar al punto de elevación más alto a un costado del Cerro de Cristo Rey se podía contemplar un paisaje hermoso de cadenas montañosas.
Recomendado para realizar senderísmo, preferiblemente ascendiendo.

``Las Delgatidas`` is a footpath that conects Sabaletas whit Montebello, although it is narrow and steep, it is quite well and it`s used by the peasants who live in its ranches along it, the magic of the trip was, that in the beginning there was little visibility for the bushes that were surrounding the footpath, it was very hot whit an intense sun; and as we where climbing, the sight was clearing up, showing the ranches, and related villages; the climate was becomming more
and more fresh, up to being completely cold; and when we were on the highest elevation point, at a side of the hill of Cristo Rey, it was possible to contemplate a beautiful mountain ranges scenery.
Recommended to realize hiking, preferably climbing.

hiking
Sunday, November 19, 2017

Great hike. Hard. Steep hike. The old city very meet.

Friday, November 10, 2017

excelente trail

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Must do if you're in Colombia. Can be done in four to five days

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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Excellent hike. Nice Pueblito ruins on top. Take plenty water and snacks. Very limited service on top. Very steep 2-3 hr hike up and about 2 hrs down. Paths are generally well marked.

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