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hiking
great!
rocky
7 days ago

This is a wonderful trail with many river crossings, very enjoyable and relaxing. It is 1.3 miles each way (point to point).

hiking
29 days ago

Great views all along the way

hiking
3 months ago

Trail is open again. Parts of the trail closest to the cliffs have broken off into the sea after the quake. There are spots to go around for a few but I got about 3/4 of the way down and didn’t see where the trail was going to pick up if I tried to find a new way through. Beautiful view though. Highly recommend.

closed
rocky
scramble
4 months ago

entered route 1. met by forestry crew who confirmed the main cave was closed. but indicated a second cave past where 1 turns into 21. Cave entrance is down a steep path recently cut. cave was worth the extra 1/4 mile hike.

walked trail yesterday, after 3days of rainfall. Directions to trail were excellent. Ranger Martinez explained that cueva del viento is closed (bummer). He gave us a map. Surprise: there are many trails in bosque. We took #1 towards cave. Trail in very good condition after heavy rain. Found the locked cave entrance and continued to take a different trail back. Most trails were closed, so came back same way. I will go back to explore more.

hiking
blowdown
4 months ago

Did trail 1 to Cave of the Winds. Great hike, would recommend going up to the lookout to see the tree canopy. Quite a few trees knocked down over the path due to recent earthquakes but all passable. The park ranger told us the cave was closed but we went down no problem. Had the whole park to ourselves.

Awesome trail that I did today. Lovely sounds and so forth. Lots of lizards and huge butterflies. It can be slippy at times but if you take your time you’ll be fine. The cave was amazing! It’s very dark so bring a flashlight. They are bats and snakes in the cave as well.

closed
5 months ago

The road to access the trail is closed after the earthquake.

Did this trail today. Muddy from rain, but manageable. Approximately 1.3 miles from parking lot to cave. Lots of signage (in Spanish) telling you where to go. Saw two Puerto Rican boa snakes along the trail. The trail is very well traveled and distinct, although we did not see any body else the entire time we were there. The stairs into the cave can be slippery, they are wooden with moss, and are obviously older, but I felt safe. The cave itself is large and easy to explore. Lots of bats. Bring at least two light sources! Fun adventure for a cloudy day with no waves!

hiking
6 months ago

Very hot!

hiking
rocky
scramble
6 months ago

Very well marked trail, follow the orange streamers and paint.

El GPS de AllTrails les hace llegar exacto. Una vez te estacionas frente a la oficina de los biólogos, cruzas la calle y empiezas el camino, cuál está rotulado hasta la cueva. Hay varios spots de descanso a través del camino. Se puede caminar con tennis regulares. Al llegar a la entrada de la cueva, hay que bajar alrededor de 5 pisos en unas escaleras de madera. Tengan en cuenta que sobrevivieron Maria y el día a día en el bosque. Bajen con cautela. Hay áreas bajando q son en fango y las raíces. Una vez llegas a la cueva se torna bien oscuro. Flashlights o el celular con mucha batería para alumbrar. Es muy bonita adentro. Niños de 8 +

hiking
7 months ago

Perfect

hiking
8 months ago

Beautiful!!! Many birds and butterflies. I started at the gate on Rd 333, took a small detour to the Centennial Guayacán, passed the ranger station on Rd 334, went to the ruins and the limestone caves and back.

walking
muddy
rocky
8 months ago

Great place pleas come prepared with water, some snacks come in comfortable clothe and shoes. I Didn't need sunscreen nor bug repellant.

hiking
rocky
washed out
9 months ago

The cave is worth visiting. Kinda questionable stairs but worth the risk. Just hold on to the railings well.

Post Maria the trail is partially cleared, hence why we couldnt finish the loop and had to hike back the same way. Cave is clean and nice.

hiking
Wed Mar 13 2019

Uphill on the out til you get to the other main road, then downhill on the way back

No park authorities or parking fee. Signs to cave are easy to follow. Not touristy or busy on a Sunday afternoon. I was the only one in the cave. Don't forget your flashlight/headlamp. Not difficult. I think this could be labeled "easy." Very beautiful just too short.

walking
Fri Jan 25 2019

Okay, mostly flat and not the most interesting trail here. You can hear the ocean the entire way but can't really see it. A few other trails go off it if this is too short for you. Although it's an easy trail, the rocks make it more suitable for "hard" soled below the ankle hiking shoes than softer or trail running type shoes.

running
Fri Jan 25 2019

Easy trail to walk but if you try trail running as I did, the loose and embeded limestone will be quite difficult and dangerous. Plus you won't be able to enjoy the scenery. After about 1.5 miles, I mostly stopped running and fast walked it. At 2 miles is where it becomes interesting with more variety of cactus, a number of craggy inlets, huge carved rocks and crashing waves. Lots of hawks circling, some pelicans and a few hermit crabs. The trail is not well marked but easy to follow. There are occasional blue ribbons tied to branches and after about 2 miles, small blue MTB arrow shaped signs showing the way.

Family hike to amazing cave. Trail is closed due to down trees but passable with a lot of effort.

Fri Jun 01 2018

This trails are in the dri forest in Guanica is real fun for mountain bikers and hikers also you can visit the Capron fort

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