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It is a hard slog up to the top of this hill. The stone steps help but the ever present rubbish scattered everywhere is very disappointing. It could be a beautiful tourist attraction and the 360 degree views are breathtaking. Also sad is the graffiti...More
The walk up requires good shoe and stamina- I recommend being acclimated before attempting the climb. It is a religious camino for many, so respect this as well. If I was to do it again, I would take dog food and lots of water with...More
The road up here looks impossibly steep and, to be honest it is, but by putting one foot slowly in front of the other you eventually make it to the top. We are mid-50s and of average fitness and it took us 35 minutes to...More
I would highly recommend this if you have around 3 hrs in Copacabana. Three hours would be a good time allowance to leisurely go up and down as well as spend a bit of time at the top. Take plenty of water as you will...More
This is a very steep climb to the top, but well worth it. I thought that it was a beautiful tribute to Christ's walk, and it provided lots of personal reflection. We made it to the top in time to see the sunset, which was...More
Read about this viewpoint, which is a must visit when being in Copacabana.
Steep way up, with typical hard street/stairs to walk, but thats the requirement to deserve an outstanding view over Lake Titicaca & Copacabana.
Go late afternoon to view the sunset & enjoy...More
We left late in the afternoon from the beach at the lake, had to walk up the hill through town and hoped to reach the top before sun set. But, we ended up watching it set along the way up. Once it goes down, the...More