This is one of the harder hikes I've done, 8.5 hours in total through mud and rain and steep gradients. We did it on a cloudy day so the crater (when we eventually got there) was really foggy and we couldn't see much. Perhaps would be worth the slog on a clearer day. The mirador on the way back down was admittedly great (view of Volcan Concepcion and both sides of the island), however we were so exhausted by that point that it was hard to appreciate it. Arrived home more spent than I've ever been and wishing I'd saved my volcano hiking for something like Telica on the mainland.
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