Camp Jabali to San Joaquin

Total Miles


2,478.53 ft


2.5 Hours

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Best Time

Summer, Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

The trail from Eco Camp Jabali begins alongside the river, but as you start climbing, you'll transition from a tropical climate to a pine-covered landscape at the canyon's summit. The road is often narrow, allowing only one vehicle at a time, and you may encounter situations where vehicles need to reverse or find alternative solutions to pass each other. However, as you ascend higher, such instances become less frequent. Along the way, you'll notice scattered houses and shelters as well as impressive viewpoints. Finally, you'll reach the town of San Joaquin, situated atop the canyon.


This is a dirt road trail that most vehicles can pass. It becomes narrow and impossible for oncoming vehicles to pass on some occasions. There is a lot of exposure and these roads are not always well maintained during rainy seasons so be aware of the weather conditions befor heading down into the canyon or out of the canyon.

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