Indian Nose, San Pedro La Laguna

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Climb to the top of Indian Nose and reward yourself with uninterrupted panoramic views of the surrounding mountains San Juan and San Pedro, and the lake below. Invest in a guide as you may struggle to find the start of the trail. Bring good hiking shoes and take a poncho incase of wet weather. By using our San Pedro La Laguna trip itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Indian Nose and other attractions in San Pedro La Laguna.
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  • Such an amazing view from the top! Worth it to do the sunrise view trek. Planned it well and got to watch a full moon setting on one side of the volcano as the sun rise came up on the other side, beau...  more »
  • Really nice hike to see the sunrise. Starting from San Juan de la laguna, its a great view of all the villages around the lake, specially at dawn. If you don't like to wake up early, it is worth it to...  more »
  • Make sure you take a guide. We never would have found our way. The hike is a bit on the strenuous side but manageable if you pace yourself  more »