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From: Pittsford, New York
Aug 31, 2012
I wouldn't say the approach is exactly short... 3 hour hike in, last bit pretty steep. Just sayin.
However there ARE lines at the Aguja SOMETIMES (in 2 weeks there saw 2-3 parties that had to wait).
If it's busy, El Abuelo, M2 is FANTASTIC. This is a do not miss destination, especially if you don't have enough of a rack/experience for Cochamo.
IF YOU ARE TAKING PUBLIC BUSES:
Be warned. They close sometimes, and certain lines won't run on certain days and that is NOT NECESSARILY POSTED. ASK LOCALS before you step on a bus... it might not run the next day and only they know that kind of stuff.
But hey. Yolo.