You count the waterfalls, and watch out for the amazing vegetation as well as birds and bees! Start from the Welcome Center where you will find a map and well marked trails.
You will find an exhaustive link of the flora and fauna of the region at: www.cloudbridge.org This reserve has been developed to preserve and reforest an important gap in the cloud forest adjoining the Chirripó Pacifico River on the slopes of Mt. Chirripó.
Cloudbridge adjoins the primary forest of Chirripó National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For self-guided walks the trails are well marked and stops along the way provide information about the plants, trees, habitats and climate of this special zone. Cloudbridge offers superb guided tours, often with a specialist focus – please see the CLOUDBRIDGE WEBSITE for trail maps and contact them directly to arrange a guided tour. Bring binoculars and a camera!
There is no set fee to enter Cloudbridge, but they ask for a donation of your choice (recommended 3000 Colones / $3 per person).