Santa Maria Volcano

Santa Maria Volcano(克萨尔特南戈省)

Santa Maria Volcano
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Наталья С
白俄罗斯哥梅尔2,343 条分享
Красивые виды, непростая тропа
2019年11月
Подъем тяжелый, 4,5 часа туда, 4 обратно. Тропа ужасная, но красивая, тот случай, когда сама тропа оказалась красивее вида наверху, потому как с ним не повезло. Вершину затянуло облаком и вид был как в молоке. Наверху местные проводят свои обряды, их лучше не беспокоить. Наверху атмосфера компенсирует отсутствие видов, чувствуешь себя героиней какого-то фантастического фильма.
撰写日期:2020年4月5日
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jomamaforster
加利福尼亚圣克莱蒙顿10 条分享
Great hike but lots of trash on mountain
2020年2月 • 独自旅游
It’s pretty and hard to reach the top but worth it. It’s a bummer that there is so much trash on mountain.
撰写日期:2020年3月7日
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Alessandro Bertasa
意大利Vertova505 条分享
Spettacolare, grande panorama e luogo di culto......Da soli è possibile!
2020年3月
Io e mia moglie ieri mattina abbiamo deciso di salire in vetta al vulcano Santa Maria. Ogni agenzia di Xela organizza questa escursione, chi al prezzo di 200, chi 250 o 300 quetzal.
Noi abbiamo deciso come al solito di fare da soli....Spesa totale in due 10 quetzal. Ecco alcune indicazioni per chi è interessato.
Abbiamo preso il pullman (le fantastiche camionetas des pollos) alla mattina alle 5.30 al parco El calvario, costo del biglietto 2,5 quetzal a testa (circa 40 centesimi di euro in tutto). Ci siamo fatti lasciare al paese Llano del Pinal da dove inizia il sentiero per salire al vulcano. Erano le 5.40 ed eravamo muniti di torcia, abbiamo chiesto info agli abitanti del posto e poi ci siamo avviati.
Fare da soli il sentiero è possibile, è vero che ci sono alcune deviazioni ma dopo cinquanta metri queste deviazioni si uniscono tra di loro, il sentiero è unico, lo si può fare senza guida!
Laddove poi ci sono queste piccole deviazioni sull'albero sono presenti dei segnali rossi che indicano la direzione, ma come detto anche se si prende l'altra dopo poche decine di metri si ricongiunge.
Il tragitto (dati del contapassi) è lungo tra i 9 e i 10 km, devo dire che è abbastanza impegnativo soprattutto nella seconda parte, per essere più precisi gli ultimi km dove bisogna salire tramite sassi e alcuni tratti sono di notevole pendenza. Calcolate che si parte da circa 2400 metri di altitudine per arrivare dopo quasi 10 km alla vetta che è 3772, quindi un dislivello di quasi 1400 metri.
Una volta arrivati in cima si gode di uno spettacolo meraviglioso: di fronte in lontananza si vedono altri vulcani, appena sotto a sinistra il Santiaguito che emana fumo e in più la cosa unica del vulcano Santa Maria è che un luogo di ritrovo per pregare delle popolazioni locali.
Appena arrivati in vetta abbiamo visto un gruppo intento nella preghiera e che aveva passato la notte li, mentre scendevamo numerose persone salivano, chi con dei fiori, chi con dei cesti, probabilmente come abbiamo dedotto c'era una celebrazione verso le dieci di mattina, uno spettacolo davvero unico che permette di vivere appieno la realtà locale.
Tempo di salita nostro, siamo andati molto lentamente, tre ore e mezzo. Con un'andatura normalissima si sale in tre ore, tempo di discesa, anche questo molto lentamente, circa due ore e quarantacinque.
Una volta discesi abbiamo ripreso il pullman che allo stesso prezzo, 5 quetzal in due ci ha riportato alla fermata il Calvario di Xela.
Felici dell'esperienza e di non aver pagato i 50 euro che le agenzie più economiche ci avevano chiesto.
Lo consiglio davvero, quello che si vede in cima ripaga ampiamente la fatica
撰写日期:2020年3月6日
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Eric W
2 条分享
Febuary 29, 2020 summit update
2020年2月
This was my 5th time to the summit of Santa Maria. It is one of my favorite volcanos because the trail is so green as you walk through the local farms at the beginning (or wrap around the R side if you head to the Mirador) and there are a lot of colorful and friendly Mayans. I have never had a problem. My second time up I went with a group from the spanish school I was studying at, and I do highly recommend going with a group at some point as you learn about the area and culture. However, for those of you that, like myself, enjoy doing stuff yourself. You definitely can easily and relatively safely. I carry about 50-100Q to satiate thieves if there were any. The only other valuable I carry is my cell, which would suck to loose. I do not believe anyone would actually harm you if you broke yourself. Very important (in life in general, but more-so in Guate), is to greet everyone with a smile and say 'buenos dias, buena tarde, buenos, etc). I also think it is a nice idea to bring an extra bag to pack out others trash. Central americans are an uneducated bunch and trash the environment; if we want to change this, burn borders and nations.

Ok now what you want, how to. Camionetas to Llano de Pinal Q2.50, 30min (chicken buses) leave constantly from parque Calvario or anywhere along Avenida de las Americas. Ive never waited more than 10 min. Just google map to Calvario, and ask the driver or others at the stop 'ir a Llano'? If you like to run, you can also just run to Llano then trail run up the Volcan. This adds about 8 miles return and is interesting and bad ass though dusty. When you get to Llano, get off at the corner when the bus turns left. Walk straight towards Volcan Santa Maria, the road ends and trail starts. The trail is strenuous but not dangerous (nowhere to fall). Easy to follow if you have a good sense of direction. Just read this and look at some maps, or google maps, before you go. You do not need a map. There are many forks in the trail but they all reunite for the most part. Just stay on the one that looks like the main one, and if there are two equals, always hang left until you get to 'la mesita' which is a grassy knoll. Here, you need to take a right and head straight up the Volcan. I am from the G-spot Colorado and hike fast. I summit in just under or over 2 hours (return 1h) depending on if I drank Cabro or Quetzalteca the night before respectively. Groups take 4 hours. True that you need to summit very early (before 9 but may vary) if you want the best view or any view of active Santiguito on Santa Maria's southern flank; Santiguito actually erupts before your eyes every couple hours! Camping on the summit is a great idea. I have done this hike in the evening though as well (more for the trail run), and that is also totally worth it. Bring a headlamp, and be careful once you get to treeline (within 10 min of the top) as clouds can roll in rapidly, thick fog, and it is easy to not remember which side of the summit you came up as there are trails going off in all directions. There were friendly police on the trail today 29/2/20 (some individuals or groups higher them). Have fun, vote democrat, and ask if you have any further ?s.
撰写日期:2020年2月29日
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Michelle H
爱尔兰科克郡5 条分享
Hiked Jan 31st 2020 - Was safe and the view was great
2020年1月 • 夫妻情侣
Hiked the Santa Maria Volcano today by ourselves. We got the chicken bus for 2.5Q to Pinal by the cemetery and hiked from there - starting hiking at 6.45 ish and got to the top at 9.20. Nice hike, tough at times especially the last hour but doable, slow and steady ☺️ Lots of rubbish however on the trail which was sad to see, especially at the summit. Lots of locals were on top of the summit praying which was nice to see. Never had any trouble thankfully, no bandits etc. However safety in numbers and don’t bring valuables. Views at the top were fab and we saw the volcano erupt which was epic. Fog started to roll in by 11.30 as it was a super clear day but we headed back down the trail by 11.10 I think. Saw other hikers do it by themselves as well as other hikers with a guide so it depends on what you want. Saved us 400Q doing it ourselves which was awesome! Local chicken bus back to Xela only takes 20 mins - perfect! Would recommend if looking for something to do in Xela!
撰写日期:2020年1月31日
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dayoopcoop
卡罗莱纳州康科德23 条分享
Great hike for the adventurous family.
2019年5月
As we walked around Xela this majestic volcano continued to tempt our adventurous side and was begging to be hiked. Being the family we are, we accepted and definitely had moments of WTH. Upon arrival at the peak, all doubts disappeared. What a great experience for us all both mentally and physically! We elected for a guide and would unquestionably get one again. It's a hike up a volcano so it's going to be challenging. My sons' age 15 and 8 were able to hike it, so can you!
撰写日期:2020年1月24日
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Obed Ramírez
3 条分享
Paisajes impresionantes
2019年12月
Fue una agradable sacada de jugo subir este volcán, lo hice acompañado de mis dos hijos y un amigo, los paisajes impresionantes, el frio como era de esperarse, un amanecer maravilloso, lo recomiendo, saludos
撰写日期:2019年12月28日
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medywawa
62 条分享
Depends on the weather!
2019年6月 • 独自旅游
This is a nice hike you can do without a guide (but I suggest not going all alone), it's a short bus ride away from Xela and that's where the hike starts. There are signs along the path and it is largely self explanatory. Make sure to leave early, it usually gets cloudy at around noon and you can't see Santiaguito (an active volcano) anymore. Check out the weather, we arrived at 10am but unfortunately it was totally clouded.
撰写日期:2019年12月14日
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rodentio
英国伦敦6 条分享
Easy hike, but.....
2019年12月
2 things to point out: it does overcast normally at about 7 am max. to be able to see anything ( i.e. Santiaguito volcano in action ) one should get there before that. And more important: this volcano does hold some serious spiritual meaning to the local mayan community. Hence one should seek some information beforehand if it is an appropriate time to visit ( sometimes it might not be ) and behave accordingly. Much appreciated.....
撰写日期:2019年12月11日
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John K
卡罗莱纳州罗利75 条分享
Excellent vistas - challenging hike
2019年6月
Get ready to climb upward on a trail with varied terrain. We got an early start with a trail guide. The trail was challenging with the most difficult part over the last hour of the ascent where it was steeper and more rocky with several switchbacks. Along the way, there were beautiful vistas of the surrounding country side and mountains. Once on the summit, the views were astounding, and, in many directions, above the clouds. The guide was knowledgeable and fun, sharing some history and facts. However, speaking Spanish is a must as 99% of all Guatemalans speak only Spanish and those that do speak English generally only know a few words. We had a garbage bag and collected litter mostly in the form of plastics and glass at the top and carried it back down with us. Santa Maria is within 20 minutes of Xela/Quetzaltenango. Since this is a mountainous region, the temperature is very reasonable but do bring sunscreen especially for the way down as some of the clouds heightened (fog burned off). I wore a light rain jacket much of the way and it was very comfortable. There were few hikers to be seen. At the top, we did see other hikers ascending from a different route. There is safety in numbers and they had a group of 7 people. Our guide questioned and cautioned a single female hiker in pertains to bandits that can stalk the other trails (opposite side on the one we took). Total hiking time was 7 hours with ample breaks and nearly an hour at the top.
撰写日期:2019年7月9日
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