Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Navigate at high speeds at the bottom of the Barranca de Huapoca along the Papigóchi River. It features a level 3 volume of water, so it requires considerable experience. Enjoy this exciting activity from June to September, as the strong currents during the rainy season make it much more difficult to traverse.
At the bottom of the Barrancas del Cobre near the village of Divisadero, cross the Urique River, with class 3 and class 4 rapids that are navigable year round for more experienced adventurers.
In the Pegüis Canyon along the Rio Bravo, take a quieter ride and enjoy panoramic views amid the huge canyons and vast desert landscape
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