Sierra La Culata Hot
Decreed the 7th of December of 1989, this national park is the second most representative one of the Merida state, on a peak altitude of 4,737 m.s.n.m counts on typically Andean valleys, lagoons, rivers, fauna and flora.
The annual temperature goes from 0 to 30 degree. The Sierra de La Culata in addition to its flora and fauna mountain formation formed of the moors Drum Bell Piedras Blancas Escuque Mucuchíes, Stone with altitudes ranging from 400 m to 4,737 m. Pico El Águila Biological Station Mifafi Paramo Lake gouaches.
The Able Gonzalez and its river are a must and a stop over in the itinerary of any traveler. In addition you can do hiking trout fishing or rides horses enjoing beautiful lsunsets and scenery with a silence not found anywhere in the world.
National Park Sierra de La Culata is separated from the Sierra Nevada by the Chama River longitudinal depression that roughly serves the northern boundary while the northwest makes the valley of the Rio Santo Domingo, Laguna Mucubají to the dam site José Antonio Páez on the outskirts of the town of La Mitisús In the southeast, the boundary of the park forms the valley of the River Our Lady left bank tributary of Chama River downstream from the city of Ejido.
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