Valle de las Piedrotas, site of rocks and energy
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The Puxtla Waterfall, known as La Siete because it is located at kilometer seven of the road to Tlatlaquitepec, spreads an impressive fall of more than eighty meters high.
WALK WITHIN THE LANDSCAPE
Enter a dirt road that plunges you into the remote landscape. Pass by the hydroelectric dam and take the bridge that separates the two ends of the river. Go down a winding path of steep slopes. The vegetation is impressive: you will see monumental ferns and jungle plants. The descent is a challenge for your balance as the stones are moldy, the ground is softened by so much humidity and fog conditions hinder visibility.
BE AMAZED BY THE OVERWHELMING BEAUTY
Lose your breath as you feel the immense waterfall welcoming you. Cross the river to have a closer contact with the prodigy. Visit the majestic and pose behind the waterfall wall, listen to the sound and feel the infinite peace of the perennial movement.
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