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schlammig
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

3820 metros de fortaleza mental, acompañado a senderos maravillosos!

Trail was a bit slippery. Freezing cold on top of the mountain. Bring rain gear, warm stuff and gloves! Tough hike all around but very enjoyable.

on Miss May Point

wandern
3 months ago

Hike into manzanillo refuge the song capuchin monkeys. Miss May point was absolutely beautiful!

wandern
schlammig
steinig
3 months ago

wandern
3 months ago

Trail was in relatively good condition. Hiked with wife and four kiddos (ages 10, 8, 4 and almost 2). Baby was carried. Steep spots in some places. Miss May point is absolutely stunning. Keep little ones in check. Several places to slip and fall.

Do exactly what Ray Schmidt says below, start in Puerto Vargas in the morning, then have a late lunch in Cahuita. Was perfect. Great hike. Took a little longer because we stopped and swam and spent a lot of time staring at monkeys. Lots of monkeys in the trees by the beach.

wandern
3 months ago

Absolutely beautiful views, full of beautiful flowers and wildlife if you're quiet enough. The hardest part is the very steep beginning, after that, moderate difficulty.

wandern
3 months ago

Did this trail with the wife and four kids (ages 10, 8, 4 and almost 2). The baby was carried, but the rest were troopers. Flat trail with lots of sand. I regretted wearing the hiking sandals. Beautiful wildlife and scenery. We saw toucans, squirrels, monkeys, lizards and my son almost grabbed hold of a tropical bird snake. This trail is a must-do if you're in the area. Do yourself a favor and ride the bus back to Cahuita. Especially if you have little children.

wandern
3 months ago

A coastal walk along a beautiful beach, the trail is flat and easy to navigate. The tide pools near the point are fun for the kids to play in. Pay attention to the sky behind you, storms can move in rapidly.

wandern
5 months ago

Vraiment magnifique. C’était comme se balader dans une carte postale. On a vu plusieurs animaux: paresseux, chauve-souris, singes, tortue... On s’est baigné dans une mer cristalline.

wandern
7 months ago

Nous l’avons fait en famille en juin avec nos enfants de 10 et 14 ans et nous avons adoré. Il faut le faire le matin car moins de nuages. Nous avons vu 3 quetzals ! Les sentiers sont beaux, rocheux et en pente mais super végétation et points de vue sur la rivière et plusieurs cascades. Un coup de coeur.

wandern
7 months ago

We hiked in a cloud! Wet but cool. A decent bit of up and down. Some very narrow spots with steep drop offs. Beautiful views of the forests, river, waterfalls, and valleys. Lots of birds, flowering trees. Very well signed. We did this hike with our ten and eleven year old daughters. The beginning is quite steep and was almost too much for them, but they hung on and loved it.

wandern
7 months ago

Best hiking in Costa Rica. This preserve has many trail options, beautiful waterfalls, wildlife, and solitude. The views are to die for. Make sure you bring a lot of water as it gets steep quick and is quite humid. Favorite trails are in this park!

So here's the deal with this trail: you can either start from the Puerto Vargas entrance to the southeast or the village of Cahuita entrance which is more northwest. There are well-maintained bathrooms and the entrance fee to either (since you're entering into the national park) is $5 USD per person in your party. From one entrance to the other is 5.2 miles so you can either go out back to bring your mileage total to about 10.5 (incline is negligible and shade is abundant but the heat can be punishing). If you decide to only go one way, you can take a taxi or public transportation back. Northbound buses pretty reliably run every half hour on Route 36, which you will need to walk out to from the southern entrance to catch (this is only another 0.1 miles down a dirt road out to 36, and you might not even make it that far because red taxis are often parked on the road waiting for people just like who did the one-way hike if you want to avoid the bus schedule altogether). If instead you went from the SE entrance to the NW entrance, there is a bus station a few blocks from the trail terminus along with an abundance of small restaurants and the like to keep you occupied while you wait. This last point may be the most important so pay attention closely. Roughly halfway through the trail is Punta Cahuita (the northernmost point on the trail that sticks out). At 2pm or some time thereabouts, 2 park workers will set off from this point, with 1 heading towards each entrance. You will not be allowed to pass them as they will inform you that the hiking trail is closed, meaning ***whatever side of Punta Cahuita you are on at 2pm is the side you have to finish on, you can NOT go back to the other side***. If you can do the entire hike this one is truly spectacular. The Puerto Vargas side is a mile of boardwalked path through dense forest followed by a long walk along the white sandy beach that offers excellent views of the bay. The Cahuita side follows a path along the rougher, rockier side of the beach before smoothing out into beaches of its own. The entire hike offers several opportunities to see wildlife and some helpful signage about the local flora and fauna. My advice is to start at Puerto Vargas before noon and end in Cahuita in time to get a late lunch/early dinner then hang around the beaches and pools until the sun starts to go down.

this was the hardest trail I have done but it was so worth it for the views and wildlife. it took me 11hrs to get to the top and 7 to get down. I split it in 2 days. we did it the first week of may which is officially rainy season in Costa Rica but the weather was beautiful both days I was on the mountain. the forecast changes minute by minute so dont let that deter you from doing it or over packing as we did.

wandern
schlammig
8 months ago

Compléter l’aller retour en une journée, total 42km et 3000m de d+, nous somme parti le matin à 5:45am et retour en soirée juste avant la noirceur 18:00! Un beau 12h d’effort, nous avons marché rapidement 3.5km/h sans vraiment prendre de temps de repos. Il y a deux point ou on peut se ravitailler (eau/toilette/ nourriture/ liqueur), le premier à 7km et le deuxième à 14.5km. Il a fait très chaud n’oubliez pas crème solaire et casquette! Super sentier, très bien entretenu et de super vue!!

So...read my other review to Base Crestones. If you’ve made it that far, you have to go the rest of the way. It’s all a challenge but well worth it.

Not your normal CR adventure but well worth the effort. Think Kilimanjaro of Central America. You travel steeply through 5 microclimates, and it’s hard if you’re not a seasoned hiker. Views at the finale are spectacular. Most people base camp but I suppose you could do this in one day.

The trail description as "out and back" is a little misleading. If you start at the Cahuita entrance you can exit 8.1 km later at the Puerto Vargas exit. The Peurto Vargas exit is a 7 minute walk to the highway where you can catch a public bus or taxi back to Cahuita. We loved this flat, mostly shaded trail that follows the coastline. Saw lots of birds and animals, and there are great places for swimming along the trail. The last 2 km to Peurto Vargas are along a well-maintained boardwalk over wetlands and through the jungle.

Very hard the last 2 km, but they are worth it. I went with very heavy rain, so bring impermeable jackets. Don't forget impermeable gloves. Don't hesitate just go forward

Nice and easy trail, lots of apes and other wildlife. You have to cross a small river two times. If you walk oneway you can take a local bus back.

naturausflüge
Sun Apr 01 2018

Right next to the Caribbean sea. You'll see animals galore .Couple of stream crossings and a definitely dip in the Caribbean sea.

gehen
Wed Mar 28 2018

Extreme difficult for a beginner, but worth the struggles in order to reach the peak during a storm. The trail was washed out from the storm. 14 hours up and 11 hours down, with an overnight stay at base-camp. I'd do it again.

wandern
Tue Jan 24 2017

Bring boots that can handle deep mud, and prepare to cross some streams.

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