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Brittany Henderson reviewed Cerro del Vigía [PRIVATE PROPERTY]
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Enrique Morales reviewed Cerro del Vigía [PRIVATE PROPERTY]
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Hola el acceso a esta area es solo por la puerta ya que es una propiedad privada y tiene sus reglas, por ahora hay solo n ascenso a las 8:15 am. Si entra por la playa o a travez dd la malla ciclónica, esta cometiendo in delito, mejor acérquese a la puerta de acceso principal, frente al Sector Naval. Celular # 624 122 1316 para mas info

Alejandro Canru reviewed Balandra Beach Trail
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Oscar Mendoza Jr. reviewed Cerro del Vigía [PRIVATE PROPERTY]
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Be very careful of Enrique, he claims the mountain is his. He has claimed ownership of the mountain in order to collect tips. He is full of it, he will talk your head off about vibes, energy, South Pole and a bunch of nonsense. We were forced to listen to him and pushed into a donation. He joins a lot of hiking groups and has actually even given himself a review on this platform. He is the guard of half of the mountain and has a lot of dogs in the property under very poor conditions.

Stavros Mitchelides reviewed Cerró de las Torres
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Super fun for a trail run! Amazing views at the top, no complaints!!

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Christie Hall reviewed Esperanza Trail
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I don’t know where this takes you but we had to go through multiple gates with guards and everyone thought we were trying to find the Esperanza hotel. Never found the trail.

Linda Kingston reviewed Cerro del Vigía [PRIVATE PROPERTY]
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My husband and I, as well as a large group were down in Cabo for a wedding and I wanted to get off the resort. You’re actually climbing a rather small mountain… So come prepared… Running shoes, water and sunscreen. Backpacks are better than over the shoulder bags as you need hands to pull yourself up on the rocks in certain parts. Super amazing views. Enrique was informative and an interesting guide with his dogs. (donations at the end of the walk are greatly appreciated and go towards the upkeep of the dogs he rescues)

Brandon O. reviewed Cerró de las Torres
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Enrique and his German Shepherds take 2 trips (8:20am & 4:20pm) every day on the trail starting from downtown Cabo, going up to Mt. Solmar (cliffs above Lovers/Divorce Beach). People line up at his gate waiting to go, so it’s typically very crowded. The slow group kind of killed the vibe for us a bit, but it was still worth it for the incredible views. It's a pretty short hike, but takes a while because he stops frequently to explain some history to everyone. It can be a bit of a scramble near the top as there is a little mild rock climbing involved. Note: At the time of this post, he is only doing a modified shorter hike due to the presence of rattlesnakes on the main trail.

Michelle Van Hove reviewed Santiago Waterfall Hike
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150 peso fee to hike. A short walk on a downward slope to the waterfall. Bring your bathing suit and go for a dip in the cool water.

Vickie and Jim Westfall reviewed Santa Rita Hot Springs Loop
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I live in El Centenario near this area. I would not call this a trail so much as a desert road. Very stark and would be a very long, hot slog most of the year. The "river" mentioned is an arroyo. Like most arroyos here it is dry 99 percent of the time and treacherous during thunderstorms. Also filled with sand and very tiresome to walk in. Lot's of beauty to be found in this area but I can't recommend this as a hike. No facilities or water, very limited emergency response.

roxanne Gagnon reviewed Villa del Palmar
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il est définitivement impossible de prendre le sentier sans être client du complexe, malgré argumentation avec manager.

Jill DAlessandro reviewed Punto Verde
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It’s a nice walk if you are in town. The first half is a well maintained path but at the turn it becomes a sandy road strewn with a lot of garbage. I turned back and continued on the trail, crossed the road and the trail continues. You can reach El Faro beach club and use their facilities for a fee.

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Our favorite hike! We do it every year when we come to Cabo. We love joining Enrique and the dogs to see the amazing views. Wear good shoes and be prepared to climb up and down rocks.

Bill Doyle reviewed Villa del Palmar
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This trail DEFINITELY IS ACCESSIBLE, WETHER YOU ARE A GUEST OF THE RESORT OR NOT. You cannot DRIVE to the trailhead, but you can park and walk onto the property from the panga launch beach in Ligui (directly across the bay from the hotel). If they say anything, tell them Villas Palmar does not own the beach... they know this is true and they will leave you alone. If they insist, tell they you want to see the General Manager... then they will leave you alone for sure. Walk on the beach around the bay to the trailhead, and then you will be good-to-go. This is a nice hike, but there are better hikes near there.

Joyce Hofeditz reviewed Villa del Palmar
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First to Review

We had read great reviews of this hike and were eager to hike the trail. We drove from Loreto to the entrance of the Villa de Palma/Danzanate Bay Clubs in order to access the trailhead. The man at the gate told us that we could only hike the trail if we were members or staying at the resort. We were quite disappointed. We feel that AllTrails should have vetted this trail better and take it off their site as an option for the general public.

Pat Sayers reviewed Pila Trail
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Hard trail... not always clear where the trail is ... definitely hard and dangerous

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Mari Rodriguez Viesca reviewed Cañon de La Zorra
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Maude Guertin St-Pierre reviewed Balandra Beach Trail
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belle rando avec une vue de l'océan et des cactus. Il avait beaucoup de touristes pour aller voir le champignon en forme de rocher.

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