Valle Chiquito – Between The Anton Valley and the San Carlos lagoon "Laguna de San Carlos" - From here you can get to the Indian rock in half a day (see background) that has a cave at its base with the pre-Columbian remains and also the pre-Jurassic Waterfall with its huge stone of monoliths.
Valle Chiquito - Down to the Jurassic fall has a huge stone monoliths and a prehistoric appearance.
Climbing to the India Dormida, Anton Valley. This is one of the secondary paths originate from the TransPanama trails.
Playing with the wind on the nose of the “India Dormida”. At Anton Valley there is a mountain with the shape resembling the silhouette of a sleeping Indian; there is a legend that explains how the young Indian became a mountain. In this picture, the wind was so strong that we have to recline forward and the wind held us in place. The view from here is fantastic.
Taking a break while marking way points on the TransPanama section at Bajo Grande in the Province of Cocle till Huacas del Quije. This section we nicknamed “the path of the winds” and was the first section marked that historic January 25, 2008.
Going down from the nose of the India Dormida, Anton Valley.
Part of the India Dormida trail.
The Picacho Peak in Sora between Altos del Maria and Laguna de San Carlos. Spectacular views and a good temperature.
Dictation course of mapping and GPS navigation at San Carlos lagoon for volunteers of the TransPanama Trail.
A group of the TransPanama volunteers working with the marked trails on Isla del Rey in a bid to preserve these old paths and its ecosystem.
Gold mining equipment left at the end of 1800 in the panamanian jungle at the Soberania national park. TransPanama volunteers created a map that leads to this newly discovered site in cooperation with USAID and NASA.
Base camp where preparations were made to map the section between the Huacas del Quije in Cocle and La Laguna de la Yeguada in Veraguas. At this historic Hike we perform junction of the provinces.
One of the delicious crystalline water pools that we have discovered in the middle of the jungle, where you can only walk a few miles inroads. These sites are reserved for those willing to move away from the cemented roads in search of natural wonders.
Part of the TransPanama Trail going out of the province of Cocle and coming in the province of Veraguas, somewhere in the mountains whose site has no specific name on the maps.