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Cañon de La Zorra is a 2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Los Cabos Municipality, Baja California Sur, Mexico that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 334 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Nature trips Running Waterfall No shade
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Mari Rodriguez Viesca
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Austin Stewart
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HikingFeePrivate property

Easy and a beautiful waterfall. It’s only about a 10 minute walk from where you park.

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Dori Per
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Nature trips

Check out our Youtube Video Tour here: https://youtu.be/quRKZrPyc80 This is a lovely Oasis and swimming hole with fresh clean water fed by a lagoon. You can hike to the bottom of the waterfall and enjoy the view and swim in the falls. You can also hike to the top of the falls and check out the lagoon. We opted to hike down. Be careful going down, it's very steep but there are ropes and hand rails. The hike down took about 7 minutes. The fee to get in was 220 pesos/person which is $15 CAD or $12 USD. The water is cool and refreshing which is perfect for a hot day in BAJA. It was an easy hour's drive from San Jose del Cabo, and an hour and a half from Cabo San Lucas. If you are in the area you also have to check out Santa Rita Hot Springs!

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Jen Gubrud
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HikingNo shade

Great swimming hole in the middle of nowhere. 1.5 hours from Cabo and the last 20 minutes is a dirt road. Our little rental car did just fine. Clean bathrooms at the lodge and lots of fish and pools to look at and swim In once we hiked in. Definitely take the trail past the waterfall and check it out. Short hike in. Small little beaches next to the pools you can relax at and stay for a while. Good adventure if your ok with the drive.

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Rosina Ebneter
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Yasmin Karimi
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When driving, follow signs for the nature preserve- it will be slightly off course from how Google maps will route you. $6 entry fee per person, they accept American dollars or pesos. Clean bathrooms at the lodge and additional restrooms on the trail. Trail itself is fairly short but steep right into the canyon. Sneakers are ideal, but could be done in flip flops as well. Waterfall itself is beautiful but small. The water itself is cool, clean and great for swimming. We overall had a great time but not sure if it's worth the 1.5 hr drive from Cabo San Lucas.

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Alex Baum
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Hiking

This trail actually goes further than the map shows if you cross the river at the second crossing and follow the foot prints. Hopefully someone will map the rest. An amazing hike that most people miss because they only stop 1/4 mile in for the waterfall.

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Cameron Martin
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Incredible little hike. Easy to find trail head you just need to bring $7 per person for a fee. Trail to the waterfall is only about 1/4 mile. There’s a cool little creek and more pools if you go on top of the waterfall and hike around.

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Sherry Kudlacek
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Northwoods Lodge
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Suzanne Johnsrud
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Vittorio Callori
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Chris Glass
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