The hike in total took 4 hours up and 4 hours down, with a half hour break for lunch. We are reasonably fit but took our time so as not to slip and also to absorb the sights and sounds. The path can be quite demanding, but once you get past the slippery mud, the loose rocks, the clay, the climbing and tiring descent, you are left with a lovely landscape, howler monkeys, lots of different birds and butterflies and a crater lake which you can swim in. On your way up the landscape changes in front of your eyes as the cloud forest sets in. Absolutely wonderful! Totally recommended!
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