La Cumbre, Valle del Cauca
|Municipality and Town|
|Department||Valle del Cauca|
|Elevation||1,500 m (4,900 ft)|
La Cumbre is known for its simplicity, lack of hustle and bustle and small-town way of life. Many day tourists from Cali travel to La Cumbre by car or tourist train. The weather is cooler, and considered a welcome respite from the sunny and often hot weather of Cali. The most important industry in the area is agriculture.
This municipality is surround by the following municipalities of Valle del Cauca Department:
Areas of the Municipality
The Corregimento of Bitaco occupies the southernmost portion of the municipality. Within this area is the section called Chicoral which is home to the Hindú Tea Plantation and the Bitaco Forest Reserve. This area connects to the west with Dapa through a foggy, forested pass that crosses into the Cauca Valley.
- La Cumbre ¡Unidos por la Cumbre! (in Spanish)