This is the Medellín official Guide by Víztaz and the Medellín Mayor's Office

Guardian Hills

Parque Natural Regional Metropolitano Cerro El Volador

Seven hills, each holding archeological and religious history and home to a diversity of fauna and flora, allow a view of the city below as far as its natural limits: Nutibara, El Volador, Pan de Azúcar, El Picacho, El Salvador, La Asomadera and Las Tres Cruces Hills, east central area.

» Cerro Nutibara
Cerro Nutibara

At its top sits Pueblito Paisa surrounded by lookouts from which to admire the Aburrá Valley. It is a natural wildlife habitat.

» Parque Natural Regional Metropolitano Cerro El Volador
Cerro El Volador

This park, declared Regional Metropolitan Natural Park, was a cradle of primitive cultures. It is a biodiversity conservancy area and a space for recreation.

» Cerro Pan de Azúcar

Its 5341-foot height offers a privileged view of Medellín. Footpaths, traversed by pre-Colombian cultures crisscross the area. The Omega nursery and the Enduro track are located nearby.

» Cerro El Picacho
» Cerro El Salvador
» Cerro La Asomadera
» Cerro Las Tres Cruces