Garganta Olvidada, Sierra De la Ventana

(3.8/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • The greater part of the journey is made on the banks of the stream or directly on the stones of it, so you have this difficulty. When I did there were practically water, so that I could not appreciate the waterfall that must be very beautiful with plenty of water.
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  • Is a walk linda ente rocks not is if will be always so but when it did the waterfall was a thread of water but the reach was fun. Lead the team of Matt and when they arrive is a nice place to make a snack.
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  • We walked the path that is indicated as moderate effort but it is a bit more demanding than it looks not for aerobic effort but for the balance between the large stones and the need to climb...
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  • Very nice route of medium difficulty because it involves climbing some rocks but for all ages and the waterfall of throat worth it
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