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Also known as black mountain. A volcanic eruption a few hundred years ago has left one side of the mountain with smooth volcanic ash. The other side has black jagged rocks. We hike carrying sand boards. the hike is about 45 mins. It can get...More
If you have ever wanted to board down the side of a steep volcano, this is the place to do it! It is a short drive from Leon and not too expensive. The hike up to the top only takes about an hour but does...More
We had such an amazing trip in Nicaragua with Quetzeltrekkers this year. Our lead guide, Will, led us up Cerro Nego - an occasionally active volcano that spews incredible black sand! Its perfect for hiking up and FOR SAND BOARDING DOWN! We strongly recommend you...More
Ash surfing was amazing. Great experience. Hike was fun and unique. A bit strenuous specially because it was really windy, but when you get to the top views are amazing. You also see the crater and the soil is warm
Because it is an active...More
Obviously this is a must do activity if you come to León. There are many companies offering the half day trip to Cerro Negro but we ultimately chose Quetzaltrekkers because they are the only non-profit and they donate all of their profits to help put...More
I saw plenty of people going up and down with their kids -- maybe ages six or eight. They sat on the boards with their parents going down. I'd 100% recommend you pay the few bucks to have the local carry the kids' boards up... More
I saw plenty of people going up and down with their kids -- maybe ages six or eight. They sat on the boards with their parents going down. I'd 100% recommend you pay the few bucks to have the local carry the kids' boards up the mountain (and you're own if you're not to confident). The boards weigh a few pounds and are annoying to carry -- more so when the wind kicks up.