Explore the most popular National Parks 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
3 days ago

We went through the regular entrance this time but next time we will park further up round the curve of circuito de Ajusco, there is a unpathed road on the left that cuts onto the Ajusco summit loop. As your begging up On your right there is large logged Dams leading uphill, follow those upwards through the forest and out onto a steep climb of cool trees, grasses and rock scramble. There are white and green markers. Walk the first summit ridge and you’ll see the large white cross at the main summit. The first rock scramble is the hardest, after its a an enjoyable hike up. From the car to the White cross took 2 1/2 hours, from there we walked the ridge loop down and around to another steep scramble up and cross, we did not go for this, we followed the white markers to reconnect back across the valley to the steep rock climb we took up. White markers are frequent. On decent crossing the valley and back down the rock scramble and through the forest took a total of 1 hour.

on Cerro El Coronel

hiking
bugs
rocky
9 days ago

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Challenging hike. Washed out and rocky at times. Great mix of open space and forest-setting. Terrific for dogs. Bring proper shoes and lots of water, maybe some gloves.

hiking
rocky
15 days ago

hiking
16 days ago

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

Una buena caminata para mantener condición; Tristemente la gente es muy cochina

hiking
1 month ago

caminata matutina. no sé aceptan perros, excelentes senderos

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

This trail has one of the best views that I have ever seen on a hike. The trail is slippery because of the loose rocks and some parts are step. Deffinetely worth it if you are around. Approx 2 hrs to complete.

hiking
washed out
1 month ago

excelente ruta

1 month ago

Una buena caminada cerca de Querétaro. La subida no se aconseja abajo de un sol fuerte, pero la vista lo vale todo!!

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Recomiendo usar protector solar, estar al pendiente de los reptiles del lugar, nosotros no encontramos ninguno peligroso, pero no está de más tener el cuidado. Llevar suficiente hidratación, mas de 2 litros por personas, el sol y el calor fuertes ya en estas fechas. Disfruten !

hiking
1 month ago

Easy hour hike down from an epic camping spot overlooking all of tepo. Lots of trails from there

una ruta bastante buena, hay partes faciles para transitar y otras medias complicadas, mucha piedra suelta pero todo vale la pena, cuando llegas a la cima, animense a ir¡¡¡

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

Easy trail around the Lagunas with wonderful views. I have visited this place four times, this time with a friend on her first visit, we enjoyed a lot!

Una ruta tranquila, fantástica, si buscas tranquilidad este es el lugar. Apta para llevar a tus mascotas, disfrutarás del aroma a pino y la limpieza del ambiente!

hiking
rocky
scramble
washed out
2 months ago

La ruta está bien marcada, pero hay mucha roca suelta en el 40% de la ruta. Los perros la pasan muy bien.

Ruta con un poco de todo. Caminos, veredas cerradas, pequeños riachuelos, etc. Vale mucho la pena, es sencilla y las vistas son muy lindas. De preferencia llegar temprano para disfrutar que hay poca gente.

running
scramble
2 months ago

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Completed this Mar.7/20. Great acclimatization hike. We actually took a slightly shorter route by going out & back from Pico de Fraile, instead of doing a loop back to the trailhead. Found an air bnb experience hosted by Carlos, I was able to join. For only $75usd the price included transportation to & from CDMX, park entrance fees, mountain guides, all equipment needed, lunch, water, sports drink, & dinner at the end of the day at a restaurant on the way back! Amazing value, highly recommend. The only setback is a slow pace depending on your group.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
2 months ago

My first solo 14er. I don’t believe you need a guide, the hike is pretty straight forward. To get here I took a bus from CAPU Puebla on a Atah bus to Apizaco at 6am. From there I took a colletivo (large van/ bus) at 8am to arrive to the trailhead around 9am. The same bus leaves Malinche at 5pm. You have to start this hike in the morning, police clear the mountain at 2pm. The resort closes at 5pm but you can rent cabins or camping gear here (cash only) if you wish to stay the night and start the next morning. Took me 5:45hr round trip, including a 25min break at summit. Yes it’s true stray dogs will come all the way to the top with you.

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