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It's a easy compared to the other. Very different feel to it. Good hike.

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2 days ago

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24 days ago

Trail is not as hard as this rates it! Very nice path too. Mostly small rocks and gravel. Views are amazing if you get up the before noon

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1 month ago

We connected with this trail via the El Yunque trail. It was fast and easy to traverse, though inclement weather could easily affect the condition of the trail. The views were pretty awesome, though you have to hop onto the wall to see over the rather dense foliage (be careful!). Continuing up El Yunque offers more spectacular views of the island.

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1 month ago

We got to the park early and were able to snag a spot in the Mt. Briton parking area. Come early because spots are limited and they fill up quickly! The trail was relatively easy to traverse, irrespective of weather conditions, as the walkway is paved. There is an elevation climb, which is why I would rate this trail as 'moderate'. All in all, it was an easy and enjoyable walk up to the tower. The tower offers a great view of the island in all directions. We hopped onto the Mt. Briton spur and connected with the El Yunque trail that took us upwards and onwards for more spectacular views of this beautiful island. All in all, we spent about four and a half hours exploring the trails and managed a quick dip in the river to refresh ourselves afterwards. It was a morning well spent.

awesome trail. not popular at all which means less people to worry about. very muddy but besides that not too difficult or steep except maybe the last steps. i recommend!

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2 months ago

Lots of steps down and lots of steps back. Well worth it.

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2 months ago

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3 months ago

This was a hike conducted at El Yunque National Park, including a hike to the waterfall, and through the El Yunque trail to the peak and then to the observation tower.

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4 months ago

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5 months ago

After coming down from Mt. Britton, I diverted along this short loop to enjoy some additional scenery. Recommended for those who are not able to hike the longer trails but still want to experience what they offer.

https://youtu.be/DXHe32Q0zKc

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5 months ago

There was a ranger who prohibited my passage to the trail head. I don't know what that was about, but I was not going to let myself be deterred so I hiked up the trail to El Yunque and crossed over on the Mt. Britton spur to get to the tower and summit. As I gained elevation I noticed that I came out of the forest and was more into the jungle near the summit. It was a very nice hike, both for viewing of surroundings and also for the scenic views from the summit.

https://youtu.be/DXHe32Q0zKc