Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico
Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico


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Valle de Bravo

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Mountain Biking in Mexico

Valle de Bravo

It’s not always easy—Mexico is a nation of mountains and valleys—but the workout is intense and the adrenaline rocks. All along the way, views dazzle: colonial hill towns, pine forests, desert landscapes…or sky and clouds that go on forever. Top Mexico mountain biking: the sunny valleys of Oaxaca’s Sierra Norte and their traces of lost Zapotec cities; fording the heights surrounding Mexico State’s Valle de Bravo lake; or riding through exuberant jungle ecosystems at Nuevo Leon's Huasteca biosphere.

Lakes Like No Others

Valle de Bravo

Valle de Bravo, Mexico State - The small jurisdiction surrounding Mexico City, contains big surprises for nature lovers: everything from magnificent volcanoes and archaeological sites to the nation’s most celebrated lakeside: Valle de Bravo. At “Valle,” you harness the winds for a full day at the sails (or on skis) surrounded by brilliant sunlight and beautiful mountains. Or ride horseback to a nearby summit , then hang-glide down to earth. At day’s end it’s back to camp—everything from a wilderness tent to a luxury hotel.

Paragliding in Mexico

Valle de Bravo

Experience the thrill of flight, with the peace and tranquility of a voyage to a whole other world. And it doesn’t get any better than Mexico’s peaks and valleys, featuring majestic landscapes, oceanic views and a sense of stratospheric freedom that’s the best possible high. Top Mexico hang-gliding: with its singular setting combining a quaint colonial town and a mountain-ringed lake, Valle de Bravo in Mexico State has become Mexico’s capital for gliding, spectacular sights and soft landings.

Horseback Riding in Mexico

Valle de Bravo

Ride into the heart of Mexican history and culture astride the noble beasts that first made it possible. Every state in the nation features fascinating trails through hills and forests, along beaches, or down dusty roads that link quaint, colonial towns with historic farms and ranches. Top Mexico horseback riding: some of the nation’s most beautiful horses live and work in the hills surrounding Valle de Bravo, Mexico State, and take you on multi-day rides past valleys, streams and mountain cabins; riding in Michoacán leads to groves filled with millions of monarch butterflies; and Tlaxcala’s historic, working haciendas—many of which now double as luxury hotels—offer spectacular trails through timeless rural landscapes, plus some of Mexico’s most beautiful sunsets.