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Arnoldo Gomez reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Beautiful views especially at night. Nothing but an enjoyable walk, many monuments and shops and places to eat and drink. Must do when in Mazatlan. Get out and hike!

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RunningClosed

no entran perros!!

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Thank you Ricardo for your feedback, we have updated our trail page.

Karina PT reviewed Fundidora Park
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First to Review

Nice and safe place for a bike ride. You can rent a bike or bring your own. Endless walks are also a favorite to-do here. Park has shaded areas and beautiful structures for views. Visit the top area where the old steel furnace still stands. It offers great city views. Very family friendly park. The park itself is composed of several parks within. Plan ahead and enjoy all the activities.

Hassan Velázquez reviewed Parque Jardines de la Hacienda
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Jeff Harris reviewed Bosque de Chapultepec Main Loop
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Hiking

pretty walk, easy and mostly flat

Bernardo Cassina reviewed Bosque de Chapultepec Loop
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Walking
First to Review

I started in section I of Chapultepec and Walked through Constituyentes and go across Periférico through the elevated bridge to get to section II. Try to walk through the forest while possible, lots of traffic in the main trails for running and walking.

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Alejandra Flores reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Walking

This trail is super pretty! There are so many beautiful views. There are entrances to the beach every couple steps. 10/10 recommend!

Irma Karns reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Nice walk along the ocean. Very easy walk or bike path. Great finished project!

William Masterson reviewed Bosque de Chapultepec Main Loop
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Running

Great paved loop through large park/forest in Mexico City. Easy walk from hotels or nearby train stations. I woke up early to run in the morning and there were several runners circling as well, but the loop is very crowded mid-day on the weekends. While the path is paved and easy to run, the cobble stone could be rough for a bike or stroller, although that is typical in the city.

David Covarrubias reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Nice walk on the ocean front

Greg Webb reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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I live here and run the malecón four or five times a week. It is a great place to run and clear your mind. There any entrances to the beach so you can easily mix in some sand running as well. On the south end you can exit the malecón when it ends in Olas Altas and follow the road up along the curve to the left and then turn right when you pass the school. Go up the hill, veer right and your on the way down the paseo de centenario - one of the most amazing running views ever. From there, turn right and run up the faro (lighthouse). A run you’ll never forget.

Teresa M. reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Walking
Dennis Galloway reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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The boardwalk itself is beautiful and a nice long stretch. Too bad there is no activities. Was expecting vendors and artists, hell even a place to stop for a coffee or ice cream. None of this was to be found. As far as exercise, nothing beats it.

Janelle Pacheco reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Walking

Absolutely beautiful. Construction is still going but we cant wait to come back and see the finished product next year!

Frank Hands reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Road biking

Great before the construction and it will be better soon!

Spencer N. reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Walking
First to Review

A beautiful paved beach walkway through downtown Mazatlan. Lots of runners and walkers exercising and enjoying the views. Very safe and a great way to see the city.

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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Luis Antonio Martínez Peña reviewed Malecón de Mazatlan
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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Mountain biking
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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Mountain biking
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Nydia Pesina Silva reviewed Fundidora Park
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Chris Lewis reviewed Parque Hundido
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