The slopes north of Bogotá, Suesca in particular, looked to me like what I imagine the Rhön (Wasserkuppe) during the glider pioneering time in the 1920s: beautiful grass-covered slopes. The villages reminded me of Italy's Appenin mountains in the 1960s.
At Sopo, what you can't see in the photos will please you: there is a full-service restaurant with fresh Colombian food and cervezas right there. And yes, they serve whatever you want right at the slope. And a good meal costs less than $5. Oh, paradise…