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  1. Yesterday's hike was fun as, we hiked in an area, I have not hiked on for a year or more. Palmira Abajo the area, we hiked, has many wonderful country lanes one of the reasons why, I enjoy hiking this highland area in the Boquete District as there are so many trails to choose, from easy to difficult. For the Boquete Nature Hike group on "Easy Wednesday", I choose trails easy to maneuver on for a 2-3 hour morning nature walk. Nevertheless, I do insist that you must be in good health to join this group. Hope you join us one morning! Here are a few of my photos from yesterday's hike. Explore Dream Discover
  2. American Tourist dies on Los Quetzales trail in Boquete The authorities of the Public Prosecutor's office similarly began the investigation of the event and await the examination and necropsy of the body of the tourist to know the causes of death of the foreigner. Bruce Weinril, 61, of American nationality, lost his life on Thursday afternoon, presumably when he was carrying out tourist activities on the Los Quetzales trail in the district of Boquete in the province of Chiriqui. google trannslate The event was recorded past noon on Thursday, when a call was received from a tour guide, who alerted the authorities that in Alto Chiquero, on the Los Quetzales trail , two tourists were accompanying him, both of US nationality and one of them slipped, hitting his head, so he went looking for a signal to ask for help, explained the tour guide. When arriving to the place the aid team of the firemen and the National Police rule that the foreigner did not maintain vital signs, reason why proceeded to give notice to personnel of criminology and the Public Ministry, for the accomplishment of the lifting of the body of the tourist . According to witnesses of the fact, the now deceased was coming up the hill, known as the laments in the Quetzals path and looked down, losing the balance of his body, which led him to slip and fell back hit his skull. The authorities of the Public Prosecutor 's office similarly began the investigation of the event and await the examination and necropsy of the body of the tourist to know the causes of death of the foreigner. SEE ALSO: They identify man beheaded near the border of Paso Canoas This death happens a week after five tourists were rescued by personnel of the joint task force in the Barú Volcano National Park, in the highland sector in the province of Chiriqui. The Joint Task Force began the search for these five tourists who climbed to the top of the volcano in the Volcán Barú National Park, when the rains and low temperatures intensified, which led them to ask for the support of being sought by the organisms of first aid to avoid complications. The search was coordinated by the National System of Civil Protection (Sinaproc) and park rangers of the Ministry of Environment (Mi AMBIENTE), who managed to locate them in the sector of the fogones near the top of the park where they were removed from the area by the district of Boquete and bring them safe and sound. The five rescued tourists joined the group of 24 people who were also rescued hours before they entered the Volcán Nacional Barú park, when bad weather occurred. http://m.panamaamerica.com.pa/provincias/muere-turista-estadounidense-en-el-sendero-los-quetzales-en-boquete-1092047
  3. "Off the Beaten Path Trekking" Explore, Dream, Discover, on foot with the best pioneer nature trekking group in Boquete. We have explored over 40 trails in this vast and beautiful area throughout the years. Join us every Wed. & Fri. This Week - 8:30 A.M. WED. NATURE HIKING 3+hrs. for Intermediate to advanced hiker, nature lover, photographer. We love breathing fresh air and love being outside! FRI. EZ NATURE WALK 1-1/2 HOUR for Beginners, nature lover, photographer. We enjoy nature! We walk at a steady comfortable pace since, our primary interest is exploring, looking, admiring nature and discovering the unusual whenever the opportunity arises, which it has many times. Each of Boquete's seasons has something new to discover and to teach us about nature. What to pack: during the rainy season (this year until December) need raingear., also pack binocs if you have them, water, sun block, camera, wear hiking shoes or gym shoes with good outer sole treads and hiking sticks, I have some to loan out. Requirements: As always to be in good health and able to keep up with group, though as mentioned, we do not hike at a rapid pace stopping often to take in the scenery or discover something NEW. For more info email jere chica @ gmail .com (no spaces) Slowing down and going on a nature walks/hikes makes one more aware of their surroundings such as the different spice aromas flowing through the air or capturing a butterfly through your camera lens or looking at moss through a loupe lens in the rain forest. Nature walks are an interesting learning experience. For more information and to be placed on the Boquete EZ Nature Walks master list email Jere McCormick. See you on the trails - Jere McCormick Photos from the nature trails around the boquete District. .
  4. Join us on "Easy Wednesday" for 3 hours of nature hiking off the beaten path. Over 12 hiking trails to choose from. This hike is for the nature lover and like minded people who enjoy being outdoors or like to take nature photographs. We always stop to smell the roses. Join us as we hike in the beautiful highlands of Boquete and on majestic trails of the rain forests in the Boquete District. Sometimes go on overnight trips. Email Jere McCormick group organizer for more information and meeting location. jere chica @ gmail.com (no spaces). See you on the trail!
  5. Hiking Wednesday's and Friday's on different trails in the Boquete District. Email jere chica @gmail.com (no spaces). Photos taken from some of areas we have hiked. Wednesday is just that easy for the person who can walk in Boquete for a half hour without stopping. Our hikes are between 2-3 hours, meeting at 8:30, meeting location are announced. Requirements hiking shoes, hiking sticks and rain gear during the rainy season. See you on the trail, Jere McCormick
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