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wandern
käfer
schlammig
steinig
sturmholz
überwachsen
7 days ago

I would have ranked this a moderate to difficult trail. First of all it’s not traveled much. Some of the trail markings have been blown down. It’s really deep rainforest. DO NOT hike from the main road to the Chagres River and expect to get a boat! The boats don’t stop there anymore. Fortunately our guide recommended we go to the public boat dock, pay $15 to get a ride to the start of the trail. It’s not marked well. Then hike from the river to the main road. We did Camino de Cruces to Camino de Pantacion to the main road which was 13 km. The Cruces trail is thick and overgrown so it takes twice as long. The Plantacion Trail is well traveled and easy to moderate. It took us all in all 4 hours. Bring bug spray and a good supply of water. Do not do alone! Sprained ankles could easily happen and there are major ant hill colonies to cross. Oh! And don’t be afriad if you he’s the sound of the Howler monkeys which sound like lions roaring! Quite the adventure. Two snakes. A few butterflies. Dragonflies. Some frogs. The monkeys make themselves scarce as do the birds. And wear long pants.

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
29 days ago

This is my second time here (I created the original entry on AllTrails) and this trail always delivers. We took a family of friends and kids aged 7 to 11 and had an absolute blast. The trail is relatively short and we took plenty of time to take photos. Altos de Campana has some incredible biodiversity and a unique habitat, particularly insects and plants but some amazing birds too. We took plenty of time but don’t be fooled by the short distance and limited elevation gap. The trail is muddy and some parts can be strenuous. Bring good shoes and be prepared to scramble and hold on to roots and branches as you go up or down the steep slope. Remember to register at the park headquarters or you may be fined.

wandern
29 days ago

I love this trail and your description of it. Well done, and thanks for sharing. What I find a little bit off is the GPS track. I’m very familiar with Camino de Cruces and your track is about 1 to 2Km off to the SW. I tried uploading the track from my computer and the app tells me that it needs to be “approved”. Next time I’ll try just recording the route from the AllTrails app on my phone. If you think you can edit your track, that’d be very helpful to other users. If you don’t have a more accurate track, send me a message and I’ll be happy to share it with you and the others.

Great trail! We just walked up to the top of Ancon hill and waited for sunset on Dec. 8,2019. It was pretty area and easy walking distances from the center of Panama City. Highly recommend to everybody who love nature when you visit Panama City.

wandern
schlammig
1 month ago

Great trail! Lots of birds and incredible views. Can get muddy during the rainy season and the steep trail can turn into a river with rain. But so so fun!

This is the quintessential jungle hike. Tall trees, vines, epiphytes, and I was lucky enough to see a few troops of monkeys, anteater, snake and some frogs. But I understand you're not always that lucky. The trail has a few tree blowdowns that haven't been cleared, and there is no view point or "mirador" to see a long distance, at least not until you get to the Chagres river. I would give it 5 stars if it was a little bit better maintained, but it's an amazing trail full of history, just as it is.

wandern
4 months ago

Excellent historic trail. My partner was exhausted at the end. We crossed a guy who twisted his ankle and couldn't walk. We made 2 crutches for him so to keep walking. His friend went for help and 2 hours later we crossed the guys from SINAPROC, those guys were really well prepared with litter, ropes, etc to take the guy out of the jungle. a very recommended trail

wandern
8 months ago

An amazing way to end our time at Kalu Yala!

wandern
10 months ago

Pool Crawl

wandern
Fri Jan 11 2019

Excellent hike! One of the best that I have done, but you have to plan for it. I would recommend about $140 cash to make this happen, although you can save money if you have a GOOD 4x4. I also highly recommend getting a guide. My guides were Ryan and Mika. Ryan is a biologist, so when we were walking, he brought my attention to all sorts of exotic plants and wildlife. Mika is new to Kalu Yala but brings her experience from living in Equador on the Amazon River to help students and adventurers explore the habitat. On the hike, we saw two different breeds of monkeys, poison dart frogs, and countless birds and insects. At the Kalu Yala camp, I met some of the most thoughtful and interesting people who are like-minded with us outdoor types. NOTE: Technically, you could do the hike for free with an excellent four-wheel drive, and moderate land navigation skills, but I do recommend the guide. Recommended Packing List: - x2 pairs of polyester/nylon socks (your feet get wet and stay wet) - Good hiking shoes that dry quickly. - Nylon/polyester pants - Polyester shirt - Swim trunks - Reef or approach shoes for the waterfall. - Camera ( I used my cellphone camera which worked fine) - Snacks - Water treatment or life straw (The hike lasts about 6 hours out and back, allowing time for pictures)

I walked around here in 1998. I am sure it has been updated since...

Beautiful views of the valley below the whole way! Wear long pants or socks to protect from the grass, it’ll cut. Definitely worth the climb!

rucksacktour
Tue Feb 13 2018

This is a great loop that can be done either in a day or an overnight. There is limited water (the only source during the uphill push is in the actual town of Altos de Pacora) so be sure to pack around 3L/person. Steep uphill but so rewarding. Check out Jessica's tienda, too, once in the town. It's more hidden than the traditional tienda stop but she'll make some great food and is really welcoming.

Fri Jan 19 2018

Not that interesting. Wouldn’t do it again it’s just a long path in the ocean.

wandern
Fri Nov 10 2017

The magical jaguar falls! A nice hike, not to hilly nor strenuous. However, it is wet. Around 17 river crossings means a lot of walking through water. Hiking down to the actual falls is super steep but fun if you have the right attitude. And the waterfall itself is gorgeous, refreshing and a great way to spend a hot day.

wandern
Fri Nov 10 2017

This hike was good for my soul. Challenging, but awesome. Love that this trail passes through an actual town. Makes for a nice change of scenery (hillside homes and children playing) and it's awesome to be able to stock up on mid-trek snacks and candy bars. This hike will leave you feeling tired but soo fulfilled.

wandern
Tue Oct 10 2017

Awesome trail with breathtaking views at the top. You have to do it on a clear day but if you do you can see both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, Panama City, and both North and South America. Absolutely amazing

wandern
Thu Oct 05 2017

Wonderful hike. Strenuous but worth every minute. On clear days you can see both oceans from the city, Alto Pacora. There is a little shop that you can stop at there as well that has snacks and drinks. Would definitely recommend.

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