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Easy to follow rout with the app, wouldn’t do it without it. Hiking shoes are a must. The way down is quite hard on your knees, Beautiful every step of the way

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Hiking

Hi- the stats here are completely wrong. This is over 12 miles one way. Beautiful and great waterfall and swimming hole. But takes an entire day. So plan to water taxi back.

Steven J Gonzalez reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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The trail is now open. Great views and access to Colomitos Beach, playa Caballo, and Animas beach. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because the thrash on the side of the trails, if we all leave the trail better, than the way we found it, it will be a better place.

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Hiking

Buen día, estoy buscando compañeros de senderismo. No se como uno se puede contactar en este sistema. Saludos

Maria Smith reviewed Nevado de Colima
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Hiking

Es seguro el camino??? Digo por aquello de la delincuencia!! Reseñas por favor

Taylor Bednarz reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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HikingRocky

A little up and down and steep at parts, but a really pretty hike with great places to stop and spend some time along the way. Is a little easy to get off the trail.

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Peter Sabat reviewed Yelapa Waterfall Trail
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Hiking

easy trail for a great payoff took 10:00 PV water taxi and got to the falls by about 1:30

Lora Sokol reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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Hiking

There is a lot of garbage along what could be an amazing trail. For me the trash was too much to allow enjoyment of the natural beauty which is present.

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Christopher Behling reviewed Boca de Tomatlan to Quimixto Waterfall
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Hiking

this was my first solo hike in Mexico. I dug it. gorgeous scenery, plenty of swim options and a few margarita stops along the way. only cons were that unfortunately, there was a lot of animal (I hope) scat on the trail, which made parts of the hike really smelly. also, I was asked for a money by some guy who claimed to have been removing rocks from the trail ahead...

Carole Jean reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful vistas. Bring bug spray

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Chris Wilson reviewed El Tepalo Loop
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HikingRocky

Lots of shade. It was dry when we hiked so some steep spots were a bit slippery with lose dirt and gravel.

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Miranda Stephen reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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HikingRocky

AMAZING. I personally didn’t find this a hard trail but others in the group considered this an easy-moderate hike. Had a few snacks and plenty of water with us which we were glad we took, but also a restaurant you can stop at for a drink and snack/food (another gourmet restaurant also but believe it’s reservation only and it’s minimum $50 USD) along the way. Hiked the trail from boca to las animas beach. Unreal views of the water throughout the whole hike and we really took in the surroundings and local environment. Took our time throughout and stopped in for a drink at the restaurant “Maraika” before arriving at the beautiful white sand beach right after (called Los Caballos Beach). Swam for 45 minutes in the clear blue water before walking over to las Animas and catching a boat ride back (approx $20-50 pesos/person). Around a 1-3 hour day depending if you took your time or hiked straight through to the beach. HIGHLY recommend if you’re in the area. Lots of tourists we ran into who do it every time they’re in PV. (Also, bring bug spray! Never got a bite but also sprayed thoroughly with good quality bug spray)

Dani C. reviewed Nevado de Colima
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Iris Appleblossom reviewed Yelapa Upper Cascada Trail
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HikingBridge outRocky

Wonderful trek along the river and becoming less populated the farther in. Sightings of domestic horses, cows and chickens with chicks and lots of noisy parrots and paraqueets in February. Rutted road and rocky in some places. We hiked in river sandals. The main bridge was taken out by a terrible flood late last year, a temporary footbridge is in it’s place.

Ssamuell Eellisea reviewed Rio Grande de Santiago via La Barranca
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David Bespalko reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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HikingRocky

This is a fantastic hike, fairly rigorous with fantastic coastal vistas and beaches. We took a cab to Boca where our driver found the trailhead. We hiked about an hour to a beautiful little beach where there is a Restauraunt called Ocean Grille. (About an hour in). We made reservations the night before on dining app. Reservations for 11,12,and 1 only. Be sure to book. It was fantastic gourmet food and beautiful setting. Expensive but worth it. $80 for 2. After a swim we hiked to Los Animales. The path is up and down a little rugged but well maintained. Fantastic rocky / beach spots with some strong surf. Great picture taking vistas. Las Animales is about 1:20 from ocean grille. We took a water taxi back to Boca $100 pesos for 2. This is a beautiful hike that I wouldn’t miss.

Amber Renea Thomas reviewed Boca de Tomatlan to Quimixto Waterfall
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Running

This was an incredibly picturesque trail. Anyone who starts from Las Animas instead of Boca is missing out. Yes, there is a cantina on the waterfall but buying a water of water gets you access. Although, pretty sure you could swim up the river and not pay to use the access point. Having bathrooms and changing rooms for wet clothes was well worth it. Out of respect for others, if you do this trail, please don't take donkey or horse. It isn't difficult elevation or terrain wise and the animal feces takes away from the experience.

Jason Crichton reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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Hiking

Sometimes we were not sure if we were on the trail. The ocean views made it worth it.

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Fishing

Find nacho he has horses but he will also go for a scenic hike 200 pesos per person. He is the most fun and will take you where there aren’t other tourists.

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Perry Patraszewski reviewed Yelapa Waterfall Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful walk , easy for any age as long as you can stay upright

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HikingRocky

Great trail close by the Guadalajara metropolitan area, on the North of the city. Can be accessed by car and public transportation Just to correctly locate, there are two “Barrancas”. Oblatos which is an easy 5 km hike located on Avenida Periferico Norte. The Barranca de Huentitán, located in the Avenida Belisario Domínguez, is the one trail that will take you to the river. The trail traffic is crowded on the weekends. In the early mornings you see many trail runners, local habitants and tourists. We visited on January 4th, 2020 The trail to the river and historic Arcediano bridge is about 5.8km, 1.2h in a slow pace. So mind a 2 to 3h total hike. Take water, supplies and trash bag with you as you won’t find them down the trail. Also no restroom is available until you reach the lowest portion of the trail, where you see a chemical toilet, which does not seem to be maintained. It starts with a concrete stairway with a few small local businesses, where you can find food, refreshments, buy supplies for your hike. The stairway ends up in the chapel. You will see some people warming up and stretching. Now it the trail starts with switch backs of stoned path. Be prepared to use your legs and knees, it’s quite demanding irregular path. The scenery is nice, as you can see the canyon and the river at the bottom. Along the way down you find different landscapes, from stone path surrounded by trees with shadow to semi arid thin soil with cactus, to dense forest where it is signaled “Herradura path”, where you feel a cooler air. The trail is well signaled and you can go to different paths. On the way to the Arcediano bridge you will pass a bridge by a waterfall. Unfortunately the water is contaminated by city waste, so we were able to se chemical foam and a funky smell. The trail is most of the way clean, but you can find some trash left by visitors. We were able to see other trails and pathways, but since those were not signaled, we did not risk to explore The overall impression is great, as it is a wonderful preserved natural area with beautiful fauna and flora. Great place to practice hiking conditioning.

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Sarah McCue reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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Beautiful hike. A bit of a challenging up and down at the start, but well worth it for the coastline views. Took an hour and 40 minutes start to finish. So plenty of time to make stops along the way, and take all the ocean pictures you need. Easily found the footbridge instead of starting out by wading through a river in Boca. Nice to start the day with dry feet. First 750m does go through the town and past resident’s homes. But it’s clear you’re on a path, this is the road that anyone who lives in Boca takes to get home, didn’t feel like I was intruding at all. There are some signs to point toward the trail instead of private property at this section and later on near Les Animas when the trail passes through a few resorts. All beaches are federal land, so you’re not trespassing. The only hairy part of the trail is the descent into Colomitos. This section is sandy and steep, so gets slippery. At Playa Colomitos, the Ocean Grill has a sign up advertising $50USD minimum for purchase. By far the part of the trail is past Playa Colomitos. Amazing secluded beaches and beautiful shoreline views. Great swimming at Les Animas and the beach was not too busy. Took water taxi back to Boca, $50 pesos per person (2 people). Then took the bus back to downtown PV $10 pesos per person

Shayan Saeed reviewed Boca de Tomatlan Trail
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This is pretty hard and with very little reward. Yes some of the beaches are nice but the jungle is hot humid and boring. Also goes through people's backyards. I would advise to take the boat to Las animas and then just walk along the beaches till the restaurants. Rest is not very good.

Julie Wiles reviewed El Tepalo Loop
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Hiking

Really nice hike above Ajijic. Get to the waterfalls in October. Absolutely serene!

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