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wandern
schlammig
3 days ago

Es un buen sendero para principiantes. Está todo pavimentado y tiene áreas techadas en las inmediaciones del charco. Los ríos que hay que cruzar están cruzados por puentes, por lo cual es muy fácil llegar. Lo recomiendo para cualquier persona yo fui con mis hijos de 1 y dos años y la pasaron súper bien. Ñapa, detrás del charco pegado a la represa pequeña hay un camino que te lleva a otra cascada.

Definitely go during low tide! Our walk along the beach was in and out of the water enough that I ended up abandoning my shoes entirely. The parts through the trees were a little overgrown...we lost the trail a couple times and had to backtrack a tiny bit to find it again. Beautiful views, though!

wandern
schlammig
steinig
7 days ago

This was definitely a difficult trail the first part is rocky and slippery and as you continue it gets to be deeper mud with less rocks. Bring long sleeves and pants since the trail has lots of nettles and other plants you don’t want to touch. The view at the end was very pretty and the hike back up was faster than the way down. If you come prepared you will probably enjoy this trail

What a great trail. I could not go till the end as shown on the map, as it was very rocky and since I was alone didn’t want to risk it. It walked to the end and came back mid-way, put on a meditation story from Spotify and in ear I could hear the story and the other ear the gentle waves breaking on the shore. It was heavenly.

wandern
9 days ago

This trail is relatively easy. We're a bit out of shape and we made it, though we had to stop for breaks a few times at the really steep parts. The trail is paved with cement and stones but the stones can get quite slippery so watch your step! It's also very narrow so you have to step off the trail to let people pass if there's foot traffic both ways. The view from the top is pretty cloudy, so try to go on a clear day is possible. There are still pretty views from the top with clouds but I imagine it would be much better without them. Parking is limited so get there early or you're going to have to walk pretty far too and from the trail!

wandern
9 days ago

This trail is relatively easy. We're a bit out of shape from winter hibernation and we made it, though we had to stop for breaks a few times at the really steep parts. The trail is paved with cement and stones but the stones can get quite slippery so watch your step! It's also very narrow so you have to step off the trail to let people pass if there's foot traffic going both ways. The view from the top is pretty cloudy, so try to go on a clear day is possible. There are still pretty views from the top with clouds but I imagine it would be much better without them. Parking is limited so get there early or you're going to have to walk pretty far to and from the trail!

wandern
schlammig
steinig
sturmholz
12 days ago

As someone else said, the main trailhead is closed off—but don’t give up! Just walk five minutes back down the main road and get on the Caimitillo Trail (same side of the road), which almost immediately connects up with El Yunque. The trail is very clear throughout the hike, but there are some trees down here and there which requires a bit of scrambling (and decent shoes). It gets very muddy and slippery in places, so beware. It was quite foggy at the top, but still quite atmospheric. I imagine it is stunning on a clear day. Ladies beware: the path is narrow, and there is no place to get off trail and pee. That made for an uncomfortable descent!

Caminata agradable muy fácil y bien señalizada. La hice con mi hija de dos años y 10 amigas todas las edades. 30 minutos de caminata para llegar

wandern
überflutet
14 days ago

ausgewaschen
schlammig
steinig
überflutet
14 days ago

There is still a lot of damage from hurricane Maria, but I walked this trail in October 2019 starting with the Mount Britton trail. Once you leave the well built out Mount Britton trail, the trail becomes more challenging. Fallen trees, rocks on trail, washed out etc. However the climb through the clouds and views are worth it. I took the service road back to Mountain Britton, because going down would be more challenging than coming up. Then Mount Britton trail down parking lot. Great experience. Best part was that I only met very few people after leaving Mount Britton. I am 68 years, in pretty good shape, and it took about 3 hours in total.

this a great trail in the Yunque. Pretty well developed and not too long. Quite a bit of foot traffic and steep with many tourists. There is an alternative way down, or up, by simy following the paved service road. The service road is quite a bit further though.

Paved with occasional steps. Great payoff with view. Not fare, many first time sightseers in their 60s

wandern
steinig
15 days ago

Great nature trail with nice view at the top! Wear good sneakers, water and something to carry your seashell treasures. At the end take a dip in the ocean!

wandern
kein schatten
käfer
steinig
17 days ago

Great trail - lots of awkward rocks and pebbles so bring good shoes or use a stick to keep balance. Fun place to skip rocks, explore and enjoy the sun.

wandern
ausgewaschen
käfer
schlammig
18 days ago

solo fuimos un kilómetro. hay sendero pero se necesita un machete y la jungla cubre todas partes de la vereda

It was epic: however, it presents a true adventure in the obstacles present.

wandern
kein schatten
27 days ago

It was a nice hike. Beautiful while going along the beach. Make sure to check the tide before heading there if you want to swim in it. We didn’t and it wasn’t safe to go down to the trench but it is a nice view anyway. We went on a week day and we were the only people there so that was nice.

wandern
ausgewaschen
abseits des Weges
privatgrundstück
schlammig
überwachsen
27 days ago

This hike was amazing. First note, the road to get to the exact point where the map shows the hike starts is closed. You have to park by the PR-191 Naguabo gate of El Yunque and walk about 15-20 minutes to get the trail starting point. The first part of the trail is very easy but it will not take too long to notice why it is rated hard. It rains a lot in this area so it has many muddy areas. Sometimes the trail disappears and you have to walk around to find where it continues. There is a part where you need to climb up a muddy wall but there is a rope to assist that climb. Before finding this location you go a bit off trail as you are walking over the slippery rocks of a small waterfall/creek. Just keep going down and you will se the trail again. Other than that, the first part of the trail was easier than the second half (I used the bigger dam as my mid point reference). It took us about 35 minutes to get there. Another note here, the trail continues about 4 meters after the dam machine room. Do not keep walking all the way to the end. Just look to the right and go down a small wall. From here on it gets more dangerous. You are literally walking on the ledge of a mountain on a trail that is barely a foot wide. Some parts are even washed out so you need get creative to continue the trail. Here is where a walking stick comes very handy (also to remove spider nets along the way). Something cool is that you get to walk over the old mines rails. Watch your step on those since there are some narrow holes that are hard to see sometimes. Finally, you arrive to this other old looking dam thing. You will see the metal ladder, go up and you are almost there. The last climb is also a bit hard. You are going over slippery waterfall rocks again. Go on the left side (smaller dry waterfall section) and you will see trees with blue ribbons on them. Try to follow those and you will see parts with ropes to assist you on the last part of the hike. It took us another 35 minutes to get there from the bigger dam(mid point). The trail is hard but once there you will see it is worth it. It is best if you go early on a sunny day to appreciate the view. Avoid going on rainy days or after any rain. It takes about an hour and a half back to the car so make sure you are on your way back in the car before sunset. It gets really dark and this is not the trail you want to be walking in full darkness. To make the hike easier, bring hiking shoes, long pants and probably even long sleeves shirt to protect you from all the plants with thorns. Some are known to cause allergic reactions similar to poison ivy to some people so be careful. I would also bring a machete since there are some trees and branches that need to be cleared out. Final comment, it is more like an infinity jacuzzi or tub so do not expect a pool! We walked by it and keep going up looking for the “pool” and had to turn back.

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