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Cascadas de Ahuehuetla

When google maps predict 1 hour and 30 minutes for a 50 km drive you better prepare for rough roads or really twisty and steep sections.

This was the case when we drove to Cascadas de Ahuehuetla and after driving up to the mountain next to Whitehorse, Yukon we knew what to expect.

After the first 40 km on fairly fine roads the last 10 km was a rough dirt road, with steep sections and countless bends. Was perfectly ok to drive but the speed was really slow, around walking speed.

After parking the car we started hiking under shady trees, in the dry riverbed, next to a small stream of water.


About 3,5 kms later we arrived to the waterfall which was a nice place, offering an opportunity to cool off in the fresh and very clear water.


Before returning to the car we met one of the local taco provider carrying wood for his stove on a donkey. During the hike we have seen goata, cows, horses and a snake.


Posted by divatmotoros 17:41 Archived in Mexico Tagged waterfall

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What a great journey! Thanks for sharing!

by Vic_IV

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