The road to this western gate requires a 4x4, but it's so worth it! The rangers are surprised more people don't come visit. That makes it great for hikers who want to avoid the crowds at the other Braulio entrances. We did the whole set of trails in a day. Such beautiful flora! And we actually saw a quetzal!!! The trails lead to two different lakes, one in the caldera of Volcan Bravo. It's a cloud forest, so dress for mist and light rain with layers for the cold. And fill up on fresh spring water from the ranger station!
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