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The fabled San Pedrillo - Sirena trail has been closed, purportedly permanently to the public. The only portion of the trail that remains open to the public is the segment between San Pedrillo and the Llorona River.

The Corcovado National Park network of trails connect link the four ranger stations inside the park to each other as well as to the nearest towns outside of the park. Also, each ranger station has one or more local trails, typically loops of 1-3 kilometers that are popular for day visitors at San Pedrillo and La Leona and for overnight visitors at Los Patos and Sirena. Sirena Ranger Station, considered the heart of the park, has the greatest number of local trails, and it also boasts the greatest profusion of wildlife. For detailed information about each of the trails that can be hiked inside the park or that must be traversed to get to the park, please click on the links given below.

Please note that the San Pedrillo-Sirena trail has always been a seasonal trail, open only during the dry season months that the San Pedrillo Ranger Station is open. However, because of the challenging nature of this trail, MINAE is considering closing this trail to non-academic visitors. The other trails are open year round, though it is always advisable to inquire as to prevailing conditions, particularly in the rainy season.

Corcovado National Park Trails

Corcovado Guide

Guadalupe --> Park Boundary

Corcovado Guide

Park Boundary --> Los Patos

Corcovado Guide

Los Patos --> Sirena

Corcovado Guide

Sirena --> San Pedrillo

Corcovado Guide

Sirena Area Trails

Corcovado Guide

Sirena --> La Leona