It is a doable hike for a person in average shape. There are people with horses on the mountain that walk in back of you in hopes that you will get tired and pay to ride their horse. Bring lots of water and snacks. There are plenty of rest areas with interesting facts about the volcanos. I felt safe on the mountain with my guide and the varies security personnel (carrying machetes, guns, and walkie talkies) on the mountain. The only thing is that I was not sure how I would know the difference between security and the "bad guys".
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