Description from the publisher
Monte Guilarte Forest Reserve is a beautiful and lush tropical site. The Forest is divided into seven segments which are located among the municipalities of Adjuntas, Guayanilla, Peñuelas and Yauco. The trails are excellent for hiking and the views at the pinnacle are breathtaking. On a clear day you can see both Ponce and San Juan without the aid of binoculars. Monte Guilarte (3,953 ft) is the third highest mountain peak on the island. Though no camping is allowed in the Guilarte Forest Reserve, cabins are set among a small eucalyptus forest. There is no electricity, but bare-bones cots and barbecue facilities are available. You must reserve a cabin in advance to spend the cool nights here. Explore the 105 species of trees and 26 species of birds on various trails.