Between El Narajando and the summit is another trail to continue the travesy of the mountains, finding a extra summit named "Guatemalillo" near to the another camp in great condition "El Quetzal", This trail takes 4 more hours looking the north of the mountians, crossing a couple of rivers, and small lagoons between a almost virgin jungle. From "El Quetzal" 20 minutes to the east is a tiny but beauty lagoon "Laguna El Bejuco". Is few visited, is possible to continue to other side of the mountain at north to a village named "La Virgen" I don't know more info about this last trail to "La Virgen".
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