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It is a bit of a hard place to reach! The hike up the mountain is hard, and best early morning Hello I am very concerned about security in Cerro de Oro. I advise to please call local police to Had a very nice hike to the top of Cerro de oro with a great guide we hired in Santiago Atitlan whom I very highly recommend.
The day before the visit we read about people being robbed with guns and we told him about that. He arranged a police escort for us with the cops actually hiking with us: in the end there were no problems and he showed us some nice places which we wouldnt be able to find for ourselves.
Highly recommend the hike and Jose Miguel!! Our group of four including guide was also robbed at gunpoint while coming down the Cerro de Oro trail. Sounds like the same man, as he was dressed in camo and had a face mask. He took our money but was not interested in phones, bags, etc. Nice enough view but definitely not worth it. Stay away. We had a guide and were robbed at gun point at the top by a man in full camo and a mask. Do your research before going to this town.
It is definitely a great hike but it comes with great risk. Best to take a guide with you on this hike. It is quite strenuous but the views on the way up and once at the top are simply breathtaking and make it all worthwhile. Take plenty of water as it does get hot so best to do the walk earlier rather than at mid-day. Some good bird-life to see as you walk up. There are a couple ways that you can hike the Cerro de Oro hike, and we chose one that was only on one side of the hill.
We ascended and descended in the same way, and during that time we were able to see the sunset. The lookout point is magnificent; it gives you an incredible view of the lake and you are able to see the surrounding villages, and look down upon the land below which includes many coffee and corn plants. I would rank the ascent as an intermediate level, it isn't long requiring endurance to get up, however the path itself is steep, and the ground is often dirt that has been tread on by many feet; people picking coffee and people hiking the Cerro.