Agree with earlier reviews regarding problems finding the correct trail. We heeded the advice on TA about getting good directions but still managed to hike up the wrong mountain. The correct trail is very poorly marked. In fact, it's not marked at all at la Piedra del Sapo where you are supposed to make a left turn. Made the left turn and hiked and hiked steep trails for one to two hours--finally reached the top...of a neighboring peak. The man who had a house at the top was friendly and understanding, gently informing us the la India was "over there." At least the view was nice and we still felt our hike was worthwhile. Note: Lonely Planet advises against driving a car and parking in the area, but we didn't see a problem. If you want, you can pay one of the local kids to watch your car. False sense of security, since he won't be there by the time you get back.
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