Guatemala High

There's a magnitude of new adventure on this country's Pacific coast

Feb 1, 2003
Outside Magazine

Volcanic highlands near the 16th century city of Antigua, Guatemala    Photo: Galen Rowell

The forgotten Pacific coast of Guatemala offers isolated surf breaks, miles of mangrove swamps, hikeable volcanoes, and fishing that would turn Hemingway green.

Off the Gringo Trail: An Introduction

Surf off Black-sand Beaches

Paddle among Mangroves

Mountain-bike Volcanoes

Fish the Wild Pacific

Filed To: Water Activities, Surfing, Mountain Biking, Exploration, Guatemala, Fishing, Paddling
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