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My son and I hiked the ravine on a Monday, and it was very pleasant and challenging. The information on the trailhead is a bit conflicting and confusing with multiple trailheads I think, but what we ended up doing was taking a 30 minute Uber...More
Oblatos' Barranca (canyon) is really the Barranca of Huentitan--one of GDL's oldest and "bestest" neighborhoods. Mariachi king Vicente Fernandez is from there. The barranca is magical and a favorite for locals. Get there by taking the Macrobus along Calzada Independencia to the last stop. The...More
I am from Guadalajara and totally regret that I had not visited La Barranca before. This is such an amazing place and it is within the city. I had never expected that my lovely city had such a hike nearby. I’ve been living in Seattle...More
Beautiful ravine! Had a great time hiking down and up a different way.
We put in about 4 hours and were on our ascent when my friend suffered from a significant cramp. Within 2 or 3 minutes, however, one of the horserider groups that we...More
We went here for a run on Sunday morning at 9:00. Since there are several entries into the canyon, I need to clarify that we went for a trail run at the entry at the end of Av. Belisario Dominguez. From there we went straight...More
This was a three hour round trip hike that ends at the rio grande. The views were absolutely stunning! It's a popular locals hike and we got lapped by every age group who are out there just for fun. We made a mistake in not...More
GO AGAIN? Yes, This was a great little hike halfway down the canyon on a broken rock and cobblestone road. The ending at a chain-linked fence looking over to a waterfall coming from the city was good (you could not really go further). Half-way down...More
DO AGAIN? Yes. This is a medium easy hike that took about 30 minutes to the fenced area by the waterfall and 35 minutes back up (I'm a medium hiker and did not take any stops). I went mid-morning and there were many people, at...More