Hidden Hiking: Panama

Hey there! Welcome to our blog post all about the best places to hike in Panama!

I know how important it is to find those perfect spots to get some good exercise while also enjoying the amazing scenery. That’s why I’ve put together a list of the top 5 best places to hike in Panama, complete with all the details you need to know before you go!

So whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, you’re sure to find a hike on this list that’s perfect for you.

So let’s get started!

1. Cerro Ancon

If you’re looking for an easy hike with stunning views, Cerro Ancon is the place for you. This hike is only about 2 miles round trip, making it perfect for beginners or those short on time.

The trailhead is located just outside of Panama City, so it’s easy to get to. And once you’re at the top, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the cityscape.

2. El Valle de Anton

El Valle de Anton is a small town located in the mountains of central Panama. And it just so happens to be home to some of the best hiking trails in the country.

There are trails of all different lengths and difficulty levels, so there’s something for everyone. And the views from the top are absolutely breathtaking. If you’re looking for a more challenging hike, El Valle de Anton is the perfect place for you.

3. Los Quetzales National Park

Los Quetzales National Park is one of the most popular hiking destinations in Panama. And it’s easy to see why. The park is home to a wide variety of trails, ranging from easy to difficult. And no matter which trail you choose, you’re sure to be rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding jungle.

4. Parque Nacional Soberania

Parque Nacional Soberania is another great option for those looking for a challenge. This national park is located just outside of Panama City and is home to some of the most difficult hiking trails in the country. But even if you’re not an experienced hiker, there are still plenty of trails to choose from. And the views from the top are worth the effort.

5. Volcan Baru National Park Last but not least, we have Volcan Baru National Park. This park is home to the tallest mountain in Panama, making it a popular destination for climbers and hikers alike. There are a few different trails to choose from, but the most popular is the summit trail.

This trail is about 7 miles round trip and is considered to be moderately difficult. But the views from the top are unlike anything else. You’ll be able to see all the way to the Pacific and Atlantic oceans from the summit.

Now it’s time to see it for yourself!

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