The Pleistocene in Talpa de Allende

Talpa de Allende , Jalisco

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The ancient maple forest made of unique mature maple trees and arborescent ferns is the evidence of the many species that migrated from North America twenty-three million years ago during the Miocene geological period; It became a natural refuge where tenths of tree species live.


BE MARVELED BY AN ENCHANTED FOREST AND KNOW ITS COMMUNITY


At the Ojo de Agua del Cuervo, an unusual, magical landscape will appear before your eyes; An enchanted forest nested among gullies and hillsides, with maple trees that show a prehistorical heritage discovered few years ago.


Take a walk through the trees, observe the reddish color of the leaves and enjoy the calming sound of the forest. Feel the slow fall of the colorful leafs and appreciate the sound of the trees’ foliage, moving and dancing. 


FEEL THE HUMIDITY ON THE SKIN


Stop and behold the giant ferns with their long arms and feel their humid presence drain by your face in the form of crystalline drops. The mysterious cloud forest and its white veils covering the view will amaze you every at step of the way.

 

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