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shelter/refugio by the road built by government.
picnic tables, roof and basic walls for wind protection. gravel flooring
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Totally agree with belows comments.
But please, people, don't use the back of the shelter as a toilet!!! At least do it 50m away, and learn the leave no trace basics about what to do with your poo!!!Report Check-In
Still a very good shelter to spent the night in a tent. Room for 2 small tents.Report Check-In
Beautifully built shelter - a good stop for us to make coffee on a wet day. Nice bench seats you could camp on. Pity people have to shit behind it - there is plenty of forest to either side to at least attempt to dig a hole!!Report Check-In
Good also for one car with roof tent, big motorhomes won't fit. Protected from wind.Report Check-In
Very nice shelter, new, build for travelers.
As commenters say, water 50 meters away and no cars after last ferry.
Camp one night with 3 other cyclists. No waste bin so keep your trash with you.Report Check-In
there is a waterstream 50 meters up,
no need to bring it from the river what we did, great shelter, after the last ferry no more cars.
Spot is protected from winds. Little view here though. Great vistas 50m down or 100m uphill.Report Check-In