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All reviews worth the effort great hike mexico city take your time small pyramid bring water pay pesos views are spectacular coming down steep hike rainy season day trip stone steps bring enough wear comfortable shoes hiking shoes start early
My husband and I are 58 and 61 years old and in relatively good shape, we’re active. However, even if you aren’t active you can make this climb! Wear comfortable shoes, I wore running shoes, take water, wear a hat, sunscreen. This is a fun...More
If you are not a person in good physical condition, take it easy. Wear suitable shoes for slippery and rocky surfaces. The visit will be much more pleasant if you do not go on a weekend, which is really crowded.
When you get to the...More
On top of the mountain in the lovely town of Tepoztlan sit the ruins of Tepozteco, a temple to the god of the ancient Mexican drink pulque. The view is extraordinary, both to the colorful town below and of the sun-filled blue sky above. Standing...More
This is a beautiful, if strenuous hike. The story of the leader who was a legend in his own right and then converted to Christianity is endearing. The temple is lovely, but the highlight is the trip up (very up) the canyon to the top...More
It’s a grind getting up here, and even more brutal getting back down, but totally worth it! This was my third trip up and hopefully not my last. The views at the top are incredible, but the way up is pretty awesome as well. The...More
The 2km hike isn’t easy. Most people walk as far as they can and then rest and repeat (and there is a lot of repeating). The view is worth the journey so if you are in Cuernavaca then take the extra 40 minute trip to...More
Climbing starts from paraje Axitla. To get to El Tepozteco you hace to climb a +- 2 km stone, rustic pathway. There are no railings available for most of the climber, so you have to be extra careful. As it is a rustic path made...More
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You might find a private guide in Cuernavaca, at any Spanish language school, there is no special tour for the area. Actually, it is not worth it, this attraction has more of a physical element and the enjoyment of nature... More
You might find a private guide in Cuernavaca, at any Spanish language school, there is no special tour for the area. Actually, it is not worth it, this attraction has more of a physical element and the enjoyment of nature, than things or stories to be told. You will get to the top by following a set path; there is no way you can get lost.