Hiking in Cuba
Cuba’s mountains aren’t very tall compared to what you encounter in North America. None of the peaks are tall enough to have snow, although some are quite steep. Pico Turquino is the tallest mountain in Cuba, located in the eastern mountain range of Sierra Maestra. In the Valley of Viñales, at the foot of Sierra de los Órganos, you will see rocky formations called mogotes, clusters of limestone, the tallest of which is 984 feet (300 m). In the Pinares de Mayarí you can walk on paths surrounded by pine trees; and in the Desembarco del Granma National Park you can see ancient cacti that are older than Cuba itself.
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