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wandern
6 days ago

Amazing trail- we got engaged on the beach at the end! The beach is stunning and well worth the hard trail! The elevation you really feel in the heat. Amazing wildlife spotting. Beware of big snakes. Very memorable, take lots of water. There is a place to rinse off by the beach which was great before hiking back.

wandern
Gebühren
10 days ago

This was more than expected. The trail is part of a nature preserve. There was a $20 entry fee with an option to rent binoculars or a guide. The trail map listed here is only the perimeter of the trails. There are many more that zig-zag through the middle. It is popular among birdwatchers, but much less traveled than the formal Monteverde trails. If you are looking for peace and quite and a chance to see local birds, I recommend this. It was easy to spend 2.5 hours wandering around.

wandern
1 month ago

Superbe rando, nature exceptionnelle et le sentier est bien dégagé. On l’a fait en novembre 28 degré et 90% d’humidité une bonne sportive

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schlammig
1 month ago

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steinig
1 month ago

Fantastic hike! We hiked to the Continental divide, where it was raining & blowing, then crossed the suspension bridge and had a beautiful forest hike. Some strenuous uphill and rugged downhill, but mostly flat or slight grade. 2.5 hours. Took Sendero Bosque Nuboso trail to Sendero La Ventana (continental divide lookout with a cool lookout deck) to Sendero Camino to bridge & back to start. Fairly good signage throughout. Take a pic of the map that the ticket staff will highlight for you. Afterward, we stopped by the hummingbird cafe & spotted not only hummers but white faced monkeys eating bromeliads in the trees. So fun!

wandern
schlammig
steinig
2 months ago

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käfer
5 months ago

My wife and I hiked this trail in the Spring of 2018. We connected with a local guide and it was well worth it. He was very knowledgeable about the local wildlife and plants. There was so much to see and learn. The hike was laid back and not strenuous.

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
5 months ago

Nothing special: a wide yet steep forest track. It starts from the Belmar hotel. You can not miss it nor get lost. The view must be good from the top but in August, I got only clouds and rain. It’s a good workout for trail running though : quite steep but you can run all the way, and you can go on your own without worrying about anything else but the odd dog. Beware of slippery mud in the way down.

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wandern
6 months ago

Go early and take lots of water - IMPORTANT NOTE - more than you think you’ll need! This is a long and hot hike but the abundance of wildlife we observed was worth every second. The first part has some decent tree cover but where the sun gets through it is blazing! Hike quietly and you may find yourself surrounded by a troop of capuchin monkeys as they made their way through the jungle, as we were. We were able to stand and observe them for quiet a long time and got some amazing photos. We also saw and heard howlers communicating with another group down the valley - it was amazing to hear their calls echo all around us. We also also saw many coatimundis, a deer, agouti, and spotted the rare great curassow in the underbrush as well as many colourful birds and butterflies. At the half way point you are rewarded with Playa Blanca - a rocky beach safe for a refreshing dip and a mid way lunch at the shaded picnic tables on the beach. Amazing hike! 10/10 would do it again!! There is a well at the trailhead with drinkable water, however 3 out of 4 of our group had some tummy trouble after drinking it - FYI.

wandern
7 months ago

I would call this a difficult hike if you are not an experienced hiker. The humidity is intense on the walk and having a backpack full of beach supplies made it tough. The beach at the end is gorgeous and was not crowded at all! Heads up for monkeys if you go in the water! Water is super rocky but you can float the waves in

Really beautiful Costa Rica rainforest, easy walk in the woods, not much more to say.

Great short, easy trail that gets you very close to scarlet macaws. Done with a tour guide who will point out birds along the way. HOT!

wandern
käfer
11 months ago

Good trail, very dusty during dry season

wandern
Fri Jan 18 2019

The beach at the end is rocky. Good outing.

Beautiful wet plant life! Every once in a while we could see sun rays peaking through the clouds in the forest. Closest you can get to walking in the clouds. Very neat!

To the eastern most point: end of the Bosque Nuboso trail. Saw elfin forests on the Caribbean side of the slope, where clouds roll in with gusty winds. Out and back in 1.5 hours — would have stayed longer if we had more time. Trail well maintained and elevation gain moderate. Unguided. Saw some wildlife.

We took a guided tour of the reserve. The trails are well maintained obviously and we saw some wildlife (quetzals, monkeys, hummingbird, ...). Great park.

Like everything in Costa Rica, it is not free. $22 USD per person. Gorgeous. Fun. Smooth trails (well, well maintained—some areas are concrete grates). Also, if you go solo, be prepared to get stuck behind large tourist groups.

windy and dewy but fun to walk around in the forest much unlike the rest of costa rica

Beautiful, tranquil, and a great workout if you’re spending time hiking the longer trails. I would actually say it’s more moderate than easy. If you only do the waterfall trail, it’s easy. If you go to La Ventana, across the suspension bridge, then out to the waterfall - you are climbing steps and it feels like you’re on a stair master for a good 40 minutes. It’s hard. We did a few trails and it came out to about 5.5 miles. We spent 2.5 hours and the reception told us that the trails we did normally take 3 hours. Bring water. The mosquitoes are minimal if any (here in May) but there are lots of bugs so bug spray is helpful. It’s mostly shades but there are a few spots you’re exposed to sun. La Ventana (continental divide is not labeled anywhere on the deck, it’s pretty lack luster. Good view of the forest though. Also if you cross the suspension bridge then you don’t need to do another sky walk tour because it’s the same thing; walking on a bridge over the air plants. Very cool but if you’re looking to save money and see it all, come here and do 3-4 trails.

hike report: https://travel2walk.com/2018/07/01/trip-report-costa-rica-december-2017/#monteverde

wandern
1 day ago

rucksacktour
2 days ago

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