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Originally Posted by Abu Mahendra View Post
the place. Up there at some 3,500masl the trees are stunted, it is cold and humid, and the landscape begins to resemble the high Andes. You'll see eerie vegetation such as plants that look like giant asparagus. Worth visiting. That Cuchumatan range is responsible for a few major Guatemalan and Mexican rivers.
Nice, thanks! Where in the Cuchumatan range is good to visit? I can't really camp (and don't want to) with the stuff I have in cold weather as I'm acclimated to the 30 degree coastal weather now and have no sleeping bag nor a good tent or sleeping pad so that may be limiting but then again I don't sleep in hotels either since the dogs usually bark all night to keep the bus horns company haha. Maybe I should try camping again.
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