An alternative route down to the hot springs is what the locals call the Camino Deshecho, or the Unmade Road. And that is precisely what this trail is: An old stone road, dating from who knows when, beaten by centuries of foot and hoof trod. It is a pleasant walk downhill through the forest, past the very occasional casita tucked behind giant boulders. Keep an eye out, for you shall see reminders of the indigenous ancestors along the way. Pinturas repestres (rock paintings) decorate the stone outcroppings.
Guican , Colombia
Hike, Day trip
From GÃ¼icÃ¡n the path begins at the end of Calle 5, past the Hotel La Sierra. After about 15 minutes, you come to the highway. On the other side, slightly to the left, pick up the path again. Ten minutes down this part of the Camino Deshecho, just after
The highway is narrow with blind curves and has no shoulders. Beware of approaching vehicular traffic.
Relative price: Free
Open Hours from:Dawn
Open Hours to:Dusk
Travel Skills: None
You Need to Bring:
Bring along water, food (a picnic would be nice), sun screen and hat; swim gear , if dipping into the Aguas Termales or El ChorrerÃ³n.
The Aguas Termales and El ChorrerÃ³n, the Monumento a la Dignidad de la Raza Uâ€™wa and PeÃ±ol de los Muertos; Parque Nacional Natural El Cocuy.
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