Talk:Cerro Chirripó

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Text added by new user: Jenny53[edit]

This text was added to the article improperly by a new user, Jenny53 (talk · contribs), some of it can be incorporated into the article, PROPERLY:

Mt Chirripo is situated right next to San Gerardo de Rivas - a small village with a traditional agricultural base, that has become a hub for Chirripo hikers and climbers. But the village has all sorts of other delights including Cloudbridge Reserve with its many waterfalls (www.cloudbridge.org),the agua termales (hot springs) and opportunities to view rare orchids, exquisite birds including rare quetzals and cloud forest. The village also hosts the annual Chirripo Race - an 11km run up Mt Chirripo that brings athletes from around the world to attend. See [1]www.sangerardocostarica.com

IP4240207xx 08:00, 12 October 2007 (UTC)


That s not true that snow happens from time to time. What it happens is GRAUPELN or SMALL HAIL never snow. Snow was common in XIX century and disappear after 1890. There is only a single case ,in 1974 which is regarded as IMN as possible real snow. Please correct.


—Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.13.87.45 (talk) 20:38, 2 March 2008 (UTC)