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Wild Camping Ventisquiero Colgante | Wild Camping

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Details

Last Visited: 8 months ago
GPS: -44.471430, -72.562160
Altitude: 0.0 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: No
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Unknown

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- If you want to avoid the paid campsite inside the park, there is a small dead end dirt track forking of the park access road a few meters before the park boundary. It leads to small clearing, surrounded by trees. We drove to the end of the track where we were visible from the road and rangers showed up in the morning to tell us it is not allowed to camp in the national park. According to the map and sign this place is out of the park bounds though. If you park halfway down the track, not at the end, you shouldn't be visible from the road.

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7 of us camped there and no one
Told us to leave.

Note to those traveling this way: ioverlander is very used a lot by backpackers here and all of the sites we found on the app were already used by people. If you want a spot for yourself, gotta find it the old school way.

jfman

We were not sure if we would be allowed to camp here. But no one came by to see us so we stayed. The place is just outside the NP's fence. We is enough space for 2 cars to stay here and also some tents.
The next day we went to visit the NP. We hiked and then we were able to go inside the campground and to take a hot shower !

According to my map this place is in the park and there is also the park gate you have to pass to get there. Therefore we didn't stay there with our dog.

- free
- If you want to avoid the paid campsite inside the park, there is a small dead end dirt track forking of the park access road a few meters before the park boundary. It leads to small clearing, surrounded by trees. We drove to the end of the track where we were visible from the road and rangers showed up in the morning to tell us it is not allowed to camp in the national park. According to the map and sign this place is out of the park bounds though. If you park halfway down the track, not at the end, you shouldn't be visible from the road.