In the same city, you can hike for 10 kilometers.
Camino de Cruces, a path that was used by the Spaniards to transport their goods on mule back, crossing from one ocean to the other.
El Valle de Antón has numerous trails that are excellent for walking.
Many pass by gorgeous rivers and waterfalls, and others take you up mountain sides.
You can climb La India Dormida range and take a break in the cave that corresponds to her navel. Or you can go up Gaital Hill and take in the sight of the two oceans, the Pacific and the Atlantic, from a single spot on a cloudless day.
Another option is to take a peaceful stroll behind the Hotel Campestre to see the phenomenal and unique square-shaped trees.
The Altos de Campana National Park is 60 kms drive from Panama City, and consists of wonderful and imposing mountains, among which we can mention:
Cerro Campana (1,007 m.s.n.m)
Cerro Peña Blanca (907 m.s.n.m)
Cerro Trinidad (969 m.s.n.m)
among others ...
The location enjoys a cool climate, with an average temperature of 23 ° C, where there are tropical rainforests, Very Humid and Very Humid Tropical Premontane. These masses of forests protect the headwaters of the rivers in the area: a flow into the Gatun Lake, as the Trinity River, and others to the Pacific, as the Chame, Resume and Sajalices ...
What to bring:
· Map with path indicated.
· Lip Stick
· Hat or cap.
· 1 poncho
· 1 light trousers
· Boots or shoes high mountain.
· Water purification tablets
Only carry what is necessary and lighter.
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