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La Cascada Park

Melchor Múzquiz

The spring water coming down from the San Juan mine, also known as El Socavón, in the Sierra de Múzquiz, feeds the natural pools found in the La Cascada Recreational Park, a few minutes from the heart of the Pueblo Mágico.

In addition to taking a dip in the natural pools, you can admire how one of the springs falls in the form of a waterfall, reaching a height of 20 meters ( 65 feet). At one side of the water curtain, a zip line was installed.

The water also flows through paths upholstered with ancient walnut trees, whose roots stand out from the water and create an unparalleled landscape. To make the walk more pleasant, picnic palapas were installed, so don't forget to take everything you need to enjoy the park.

The spring water coming down from the San Juan mine, also known as El Socavón, in the Sierra de Múzquiz, feeds the natural pools found in the La Cascada Recreational Park, a few minutes from the heart of the Pueblo Mágico.

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In addition to taking a dip in the natural pools, you can admire how one of the springs falls in the form of a waterfall, reaching a height of 20 meters ( 65 feet). At one side of the water curtain, a zip line was installed.

The water also flows through paths upholstered with ancient walnut trees, whose roots stand out from the water and create an unparalleled landscape. To make the walk more pleasant, picnic palapas were installed, so don't forget to take everything you need to enjoy the park.

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