Ascenso al Cerro Ventana, Sierra De la Ventana

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Where to stay in Sierra De la Ventana

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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  • 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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  • With a up and calm down from 4 pm. The window with a medium difficulty Hill is an attraction of adventure of choice. You got that be fit to enjoy it. But I do not recommend it. So here to train.
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  • Very good trip. Now it is in the required form but it is somewhat economical (100$). Geological formations you see it explains for little money and gives you the security of being connected by radio with the Rangers if any eventuality arises. We climbed with Jeremiah that explained everything very clearly. Without being a technical climb (just walking) should be physically fit. We took 6:30 hours (ida, back and rest for 30 minutes in the window) have to be (at least in summer) two litres of water minimum per person (sinus does not let them Ascend) and actually consume them. We were 3 people and consume 7.5 litres. The views are very good. The first section has a rise quite steep along a path of Earth (natural staircase between roots). Then it's all stone with few gentler slopes. The descent is also complicated, especially for people who not feeling "empty", like not because cliffs has but because down is all the way up to where you have to get. Tour total (round-trip) is 7kms and the unevenness of approx 530mts. There is no shade all the way but it is really worth. If you like to walk, it is "the" tour of the area. Highly recommended.
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