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by willinton martinez on 28 April 2013

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want to have a field day in family?
Visit: TROUT FISHING "LA CHAPARRALA" Trout fishing "La chaparrala" is a place that is constituted by a set of appropriate structures for tourism, has four lakes adequates for fishing and a natural pool. There are spaces for camping, spaces suitable for sports games, nature trails and access to the river "La Chaparrala", also has a field housing with their respective basic infrastructure and restaurant. LOCATION It is located in the village of la piedra, Town Andes in the Southwest Region in the department of Antioquia, distance in kms from the header: 11.2 kilometers, time from of town: 30 minutes, single track "La Chaparrala", unpaved road. Infrastructure: 4 lakes for fishing, restaurant.

Current Activities:
fishing
Camping (sporadically)
Bathroom natural pool or stream "La Chaparrala". Potential activities:
Hiking: at the top of the farm, is El Chorro and the lagoon, walk about 4 hours
Camping
Hammocks
Board games Board games
Thematic tours: Production process for trout
Bird watching
Canopy WILLINTON MARTINEZ TASCON
MONICA ARROYAVE CASTAÑEDA MARICELA PIEDRAHITA BONILLA

UNIVERSITY OF ANTIOQUIA
ECOLOGY AND TURISM MANAGEMENT
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