Best dogs no trails in Mexico

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Explore the most popular no dogs trails in Mexico with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Top trails (21)
#1 - Sierra Santa Rosa
Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico
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Length: 5.3 mi • Est. 2 h 55 m
This loop trail starts at Santa Rosa de Lima, you hike across the mountain to la presa (dam) de Peralillo, return by the Camino Real through the little town of Puerto de Santa Rosa, and arrive to the same point in Santa Rosa de Lima. From the start point (21.07320, -101.19529) walk by the Camino Real, that crosses the town, and about half of a mile to your right you will find the entrance to the trail. At this point you leave the Camino Real behind and start hiking up by the Sierra de Santa Rosa. The trail is well marked, in some sections it seems that you lose it but you find it again easily. In about half of a mile you will reach to a beautiful plain area named Llano Largo, take a moment to walk and admire this place. From this point you start walking down for about a mile until you arrive to the dam (Presa de Peralillo). You will be surprised by the beautiful view of the mountains and small arroyos (mainly during the rainy season). When you get to the dam, leave your backpack for a moment, walk and contemplate this beautiful place, you will love it! People come here during weekends driving by the road. Once you rest for a while, you walk up on the trail along the edge of the dam until you reach the road that leads you to Santa Rosa de Lima, passing by a little town named Puerto de Santa Rosa and continuing to enjoy this beautiful landscape. You can stop in Santa Rosa de Lima, walk a while in this nice town and eat a typical regional dish. This loop trail is one of the several trails that Sierra de Santa Rosa has to explore, try it first, you will love this beautiful place with wonderful landscapes.Show more
#2 - The Walled City
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
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Length: 0.8 mi • Est. 23 m
#3 - Los Picachos
Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico
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Length: 5.6 mi • Est. 3 h 18 m
On this loop trail you will touch several interesting places: The dam (Presa de la Olla), the lighthouse (El Faro), the hill of the Comadres (Cerro de las Comadres), La Bufa mountain (Cerro de la Bufa) and El Paseo de la Presa Ave. You start at the pier of the dam (21.00180, -101.23906), and just crossing the street you will find the entrance to the trail. The first mile is the steepest section of the trail, on this part you are going to get to El Faro, lighthouse that still works, where you can stop and contemplate the city. Then you continue walking up for a little more time until you reach el Cerro de las Comadres, the highest point of the trail, from this place of beautiful big rocks, you will have a wonderful 360 degrees view. Once you enjoy the nice landscape and rest a little, you start walking down towards El Cerro de la Bufa. During the rainy season, you will see some little arroyos, beautiful plants and flowers. El Cerro de la Bufa is a beautiful mountain of big rocks where you also can rappel and climb, in front is a cave where they used to have religious festivities, now these festivities are done in another cave at the bottom of the mountain. The trail, last steeper section, continues in the canyon between the big cave and the mountain, be careful because you are going to walk on rocks. Then you will arrive at a well maintained trail, turn to your right and continue until the intersection with a paved road named Panoramica, this point is about 3.8 miles from where you started. You can walk on a trail that goes along the side of the Panoramica road for about half a mile, then walk down and reach El Paseo de la Presa Ave and turn to your right until you arrive to the place where you started. At the intersection with the Panoramica road you decide if you take a taxi or walk by El Paseo de la Presa Ave where you will see several beautiful buildings, old Spaniard houses, and also pass by a nice park. Although two sections are a bit difficult, you will enjoy a lot this trail, but you are going to need a good pair of hiking boots and preferably a hiking stick. Show more
#4 - Mirador El Pinal
Parque Ecológico Chipinque
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Length: 6.2 mi • Est. 3 h 51 m
#5 - Santiago Waterfall Hike
Los Cabos Municipality, Baja California Sur, Mexico
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Length: 0.6 mi • Est. 18 m
#6 - Puente de Dios-Rio Escanela
Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra Gorda
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Length: 4.0 mi • Est. 1 h 57 m
The trailhead to the Puente de Dios is located near the river just passing the small shops and restrooms (21.19672, -99.60590). The path goes along the riverbank, crossing the river several times using small wooden bridges. About a mile in, you will come across Angostura Canyon; a small section of the trail made of cement goes by the canyon wall. Stop for a moment and contemplate the landscape, touch the crystal clear fresh water and listen its sound. Almost arriving to the Puente de Dios, you will find small springs of fresh water. It is pure clear water. The Puente de Dios is a grotto and a waterfall in the same beautiful place. There are small areas where you can swim. Show more
#7 - Nevado de Toluca Rim Crater Trail
Parque Nacional Nevado de Toluca
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 3 h 29 m
This trail surrounds the entire crater at the top. In the first two miles, the path is not difficult to walk nor too steep and is very well marked. You pass around the Laguna de la Luna (Moon Lagoon) and continue in direction to the top. The difficulty begins when climbing the peaks and walking on the rocks. At the top, the path is not marked, but you can see marks with stones that indicate the direction. About 2.4 miles you reach the highest part, El Fraile Peak. From there, you start to going up and down the peaks, one of them the Aguila Peak. The last part is less difficult to walk, with better trail markings and less rocks. Once the circuit is completed, you continue to the point where you started. The trail has some difficult parts at the top where you have to use your hands to hold on when climbing the rocks. All this difficulty is compensated by the wonderful landscape that you contemplate during the whole journey; this is an incredible trip that is worth trying. Show more
#8 - El Salto Canyon Trail
El Sauzal De Rodríguez, Baja California, Mexico
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 2 h 49 m
Much of the trail requires ropes, is unmarked, and bouldering is required. Bring sunscreen and bug spray. Definitely wear gloves as the rocks get VERY hot in the summer. Watch out for rattlers. The waterfall and scenic views are totally worth the work you put in!Show more
#9 - Sendero Parque Metropolitano SP-PM-3
Parque Metropolitano
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Length: 1.3 mi • Est. 41 m
#10 - Parque Nacional el Cimatario
Parque Nacional el Cimatario
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Length: 3.7 mi • Est. 2 h 1 m
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