Explore the most popular Lake 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.

hiking
no shade
private property
1 month ago

Una ruta muy bonita, cobran $150 pesos para estacionarse dentro del lugar, también puedes acampar y hay cabañas, si sigues más adentro encuentras la cascada.

hiking
1 month ago

Visiting this place was a great experience for me; the trail goes over an area full of trees and plants with wonderful views of rock formations. It was very exciting walking through the narrow spaces between the big rocks!

Some very large pines here at this elevation. worth doing not spectacular.

hiking
blowdown
closed
no shade
over grown
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Esta ruta es la más difícil. Pero llegar a la cumbre y observar las lagunas es una de las cosas más espectaculares. Muy recomendada.

hiking
bridge out
3 months ago

No bridge to cross the river near the lake

Beautiful trail located in Chihuahua city easy to walk

hiking
5 months ago

Awesome trial. Perfect weather, great view and full of trees.

hiking
no shade
rocky
5 months ago

ohv/off road driving
off trail
rocky
6 months ago

hiking
no shade
rocky
6 months ago

Es un sendero de subidas y bajadas a los cerros, bonitas vistas, algunas zonas de piedra.

hiking
7 months ago

pretty walk, easy and mostly flat

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.

hiking
no shade
rocky
10 months ago

Nice trail. Beautiful views of two lakes and the surrounding mountains. We finished our 10km route in about 3 hours. There are several alternative trails that aren’t the official trail, but all are easy to find, and there are enough people walking around that you can always see where to go (you won’t get lost). Keep in mind the high altitude may affect you, so bring plenty of water and take breaks as needed. Oh, and the drive to get to the trailhead was about 1hr 20min on the entry road, and it was very ROUGH; unpaved, rocky, and difficult even for my 4WD Jeep. But it was fun all around and we may come back again!

hiking
off trail
rocky
Fri Feb 01 2019

hiking
muddy
Tue Jan 15 2019

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.

I did this trail trail as my first higher altitude hike. The views are breathtaking. You drive up to the edge of the krater and walk in to the crater and climb up to the top. It’s way down is one long steep “path” straight down over loose gravel and rock which will take every last bit of energy from the upper legs. Going down with the car I got a splitting headache from the big altitude change over too short of a time.

Amazing trail around the “Nevado de Toluca”. It’s an inactive volcano with a couple of lagoons on its crater

Great hike! Just make sure you get used to the altitude. I am a regular hiker and had a hard a time trying to breath because I am not used to the altitude of Toluca.

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