Devotional Trip in Talpa de Allende
Talpa de Allende, Jalisco
SINGULAR AND STRANGE BEAUTY
The last eruption of the El Ceboruco volcano was in 1875, but the more than 2,000-meter high black giant is still active. Admire its distinctive color as you ascend along the path lined by oaks, pines and cedars. Listen to the song of birds standing on the rocks that are home to exuberant and rare endemic flora and fauna.
BE WOWED BY THE ROCKY SCENERY
The scenery is transformed by the high temperatures within the volcano. Explore the surroundings while you feel the water vapor that the volcano exhales, leaving the soil moistened and the vegetation permanently green.
PRACTICE EXTREME SPORTS
Take a motorcycle to a rocky crater followed by a beautiful green valley. Above 1,500 meters, the paths narrow so you will enjoy the challenge when hiking, mountaineering or mountain climbing. Stand at the top and observe the entire urban area of Jala, Ahuacatlan and Tepatitlan. In the distance hear the chime of the church bells.
Camp and observe the beautiful landscape that surrounds the crater. Feel the strength of nature in the lookouts.
You must notify the Jala City Hall if you want to climb El Ceboruco.
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