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We loved the local feel of this natural area. As experienced trail runners and hikers we expected to run most of this but ended up having our flat lander Florida as*es kicked by the steep up and downs. 2.5 hours to do 10k. But we...More
Spectacular place. River, trails, great view of Golfo de Nicoya, lots of trees by the trails.
There is a big tree on the trail, big rocks and trees that grew on the rocks. You can swim in the river where the hanging bridge is, the...More
I've have visited Piedra de Fuego at least 3 times since I found out about the place.
Having the Barranca river at only 5km is only one of the things I love about it.
Last time I was there, to my surprise I saw they...More
Piedra de Fuego offers a wide variety of paths and trails for any taste. Deep forests, valleys, rivers and riverbeds, waterfalls, fields and much more. It never got boring. We took the long trail and if i remember right it took us about 3+ hours...More