Copper Canyons

The Copper Canyon is the perfect point to start exploring the entrails of the Sierra Tarahumara in all its splendor. They are located southwest of the city of Chihuahua, in Chihuahua. Explore this wonderful destination like an adventurer willing to overcome climatic adversities or chat with the Rarámuris, locals of this majestic mountain range. If you add them to your list of destinations, the best time to get to know this impressive natural beauty is during the summer or autumn. In this way, you will better appreciate each of the landscapes without inclement weather such as the extreme cold of winter or the overwhelming heat of spring. The majesty of the mountains invites you to want to delve into it and get to know every corner in depth.

The abundant and diverse vegetation will leave you amazed. At every step you take, you will be able to observe various species of trees such as pines, oaks, some cacti and poplars. Admire every inch of the ravine and take a good photographic souvenir. If you dare to learn more about their culture, you can start a conversation with the Rarámuris, unmistakable locals due to their peculiar clothing, made up of skirts for women called sipúchaka and mapáchaka, which they are the colorful and full of life blouses that they wear with great pride; and the traditional suit or blanket pants called tagora and the koyera that holds the men's hair. One of the best ways to get to Copper Canyon is leaving from the city of Chihuahua through El Chepe, so far, the only passenger train in Mexico.

It is possible to buy a ticket to visit different towns in the state and reach Los Mochis in the state of Sinaloa. This impressive place invites you to practice different sports activities such as camping, mountaineering, mountain biking, bird watching. In addition, it is possible to visit the small towns surrounding the ravine. If your plan is more familiar, you can tour the area through the famous cable car with which you can have a panoramic view of the incredible landscape of the Barrancas. The cabin has capacity for up to 60 passengers and connects Barranca del Cobre with Barranca Terarecua and Urique. This route is 3 km long and lasts approximately 45 minutes.