Ascenso al Cerro Ventana, Sierra De la Ventana

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  • No longer what it was. I had the opportunity to ascend this Hill three times, always with total freedom, you paid a sum modica to enter the Park and that's it. Only should keep in mind not to get too late to start the rise and that the weather conditions are suitable. We began to enjoy the rise, of freedom, of trekking, the pure air, the landscape... but no longer. This time I know the day before that the only rise was possible guided. Had to go early and see that it was already the thing if you want upload that was the only way. With my spouse arrived early, 8: 30, half an hour before the open park. Our back began to reach many people and once inside we have frames, the "specialized" person than us guiaria in our "new" experience. Gave us a short talk as if we were to get on a space shuttle and after scaring us enough with the weather conditions that were not the best, he formed an oficinita notebook and began to raise $140 per person that did rank and paid without question. Clear that people still arriving and joining the row while it as a bank teller continued counting platita. For this were longer as 10 and those who had arrived an hour and a half followed waiting. But this is the beginning. Once started the "crossing", this man did not intimidate us about waste that we could leave and amenzandonos all the time if we do not apurábamos the pace we should go back before reaching the Summit. Clear, which this pseudomilitar and intimidating treatment did not contribute to make the experience pleasurable. Never generated empathy with the group, always transfer their problems whether organizational, personal or psychological people who recently had known and that instead of being contained by someone trained in the management of groups almost generates a mutiny. Each stop was a meeting of consortium where he was a poor administrator. All spoken very, very locked, very painful very explained. A guy who thinks that things came to that point because of thirty people who just know has no defense. He is responsible for and seemed not to notice. I thought: what has to see this pathetic experience with the previous ones? Nothing absolutely. Nature is not guilty but if some energúmenos that let you enter because they have that little bit of power to not be who gave them, they are not in agreement, is useless. This guided mountain ride is crap but you touch frames, is one of the worst experiences that you can touch.
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  • Turns on game a personal challenge to reach the Summit. The tenacity and effort are rewarded by an incredible view. It is not easy, but it is possible, it is very important to listen to the indications of the guides who undertake the mission to accompany each group with so much warmth.
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  • To make the ascent, it is necessary to sign up the day before or arrive very early to the 7 and a half in the morning. The groups comply with a guide and 20 people more or less. The Guide gives instructions and not recommended for people who can not walk, climb, and have problems in the knees or other. Anyway if one is not very sure there are two points on the way in which you can you arrependir, and then return already not! You have to bring water and something to eat because the entire route takes you about 7 hours but it is not all walk but it stops are made to renew the breath. In our case one had physical fitness and gim weekly activity and another not but just do it but the next day a pco you hurt your legs. I recommend it don't miss it even make the attempt! Is cobra believe 120 pesos per person but worth it!
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Sierra De la Ventana offers a good set of accommodations, largely designed to complement the interests and tastes of its adventurous international visitors. Campgrounds represent one of the more popular ways to stay in Sierra De la Ventana, allowing tourists to get in touch with the landscape of this natural playground. Elsewhere, simple guesthouses offer additional options, as do some rental villas and small, boutique hotels.
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