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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Costa Rica by DK Eyewitness

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Parque Nacional Chirripó

12 miles (19 km) NE of San Isidro de El General § 2742-5083 @ To San Gerardo de Rivas ranger station, 2 miles (3 km) W of the park # Jun–Apr: 6:30am–5pm daily (no more than 40 people allowed at a time)

Costa Rica’s highest mountain, Cerro Chirripó (12,530 ft/3,820 m) is enfolded in the 194-sq-mile (502-sq-km) Chirripó National Park. The park is part of the Amistad Biosphere Reserve, protecting three distinct “life zones” in rugged, virgin territory where wildlife flourishes with minimal interference from humans.

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