Hydroelectric Path of PR-A 36

In the recreational area of \u200b\u200bthe Nativity where the forest track begins, we find the indication panels of different paths that we can make and is also the beginning of this path Hydroelectric.

Within minutes you will reach the first long, narrow and curved tunnel. The artificial light is needed. After a few minutes we reach the entrance of the second short and straight tunnel. Before reaching the bridge Snapper Canyon will have to go under or over fallen on the side as a result of storms logs. After the bridge the path of Snapper Hydro crosses the path of Aguadero next to an information board. To descend directly to the recreation area, turn left. The route continues straight along the canal.

Later fork right on a path and stay at the top. Soon you will find stairs down to the left. Once you enter the storm water, probe while each step because the steps do not have handrails. The path crosses the river on a log bridge and climb a gentle slope to reach the forest track to the left, which leads us to the starting point.

Estimated time
3 hours
Trailhead
In the recreational area of \u200b\u200bthe Nativity where the forest track begins, we find the indication panels of different paths that we can make and is also the beginning of this path Hydroelectric.
Type of path
linear
Maximum height
1180m
Difficulty
average
Elevation gain
235m
Distance
4.4 km