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Muela del Diablo, La Paz
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Take some time off from the hustle and bustle of the city and visit Muela del Diablo, a distinct rock formation formed by an extinct volcano plug. Translated as the ‘Devil’s Molar’ in English, the formation was named due to its peculiar shape when viewed from certain vantage points. You can walk to the attraction in no more than half a day, regardless of your trekking experience. Enjoy the rewards of your efforts with awe-inspiring views of La Paz and the surrounding valleys. To visit Muela del Diablo and get the most from your holiday in La Paz, create itinerary details personal to you using our La Paz itinerary builder.
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  • Located in the southern area of La Paz, near the Valle de la Luna, this rock formation is one of the top climbing spots in the city, just search one of several travel agencies Sagárnaga Street.
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  • magical, where if you have the equipment you can climb in the 7th grade, I view Tamim you arrive at the top after ten minutes of crushed stone uphill, they serve good shoes, plenty of water and sunscreen, as well a except why here Burns
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  • You don't even have to climb up the "molar" to get good views of La Paz there are a few good vistas of the valley once you are at the top of the hill. TRICK TO WARD OFF SCARY DOGS: Pick up a rock very...  more »