Located in the upper watershed, this municipal park has a well-maintained trail that covers just over 1 mile of primarily Pine-Oak habitat.

Pink-headed Warbler, Garnet-throated Hummingbird and Bushy-crested jays frequent the area, with the occasional sighting of Ocellated Quail.

You will also pass by ceremonial sites utilized by the local K’iché Maya communities.

Montane Forest

  1. Pink-headed warbler
  2. Garnet-throated Hummingbird
  3. Green-throated Montain-gem
  4. Ruby-crowned kinglet
  5. Hairy Woodpecker
  6. Northern Flicker
  7. Bushy-crested Jay
  8. Rufous-collared Robin
  9. Blue-and-white Mockingbird
  10. Gray-silky flycatcher
  11. Ocellated quail
Duration: 2 - 3 hours
Total Distance: 1 miles
Elevation Change:
Difficulty rating: Easy - Moderate

Park entrance, Km 148 on Panamerican Highway

Can be quite chilly Dec. – Feb. The park has some sacred sites for nearby K’iché Maya communities. Famous zipline/canopy that passes over a fairly deep canyon.

  1. Q10
  2. Q40 canopy nationals
  3. Q75 canopy foreigners

Regional Municipal Park

  1. Germán Cholotio