Here's how to get there, cause it's tricky to find info on. From the city, head west up Independencia. It's around 7kms from the water. Keep going up the hill, the road will become unsealed (good condition dirt) - keep going. Stay on the main road and after around 5.5k from town, look for the sign which will lead you to the right. Then, just follow to the entrance where you'll see the park rangers' office. They will give you a map and advice.
We are terrible Spanish speakers, but could use hand signals to get through. I think entry is 1500 pesos (according to a sign), but for some reason we didn't pay. It looks like you used to be able to camp there, but I don't think you can there anymore.
We were asked how long we had, and sent on an approx 2 hour (easy) walk to a view (mirador) which had a 'Z' in it. Walk was easy to follow, and lovely - out of the wind with all the trees too!
There were mountain bike tyre tracks on the tracks, so some must bike it. But, the trail we were on had steps, and was too steep for a biking slob like me.
Nice way to spend some time.
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