Copper Canyon Via Paved roads

Hi all, Myself and 2 friends are planning a tri from Alberta Canada down to the state of Oaxaca in early Spring. We would like to swing east and ride the Copper Canyon. We are on road bikes this trip so off road is something we want to avoid but at the same time be able to see the best of the Canyon via the paved and established routes. Any Suggestions as far as best scenic routing  would be most […]

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Copper Canyon Topo Maps

I see you have a topo map of the Canyons in the Copper Canyon area but do they show trails? Is there such a map? Thanks much, Isabella Carl replies: Isabella, I think you’ve mistaken our website for an online map store. We don’t sell maps ourselves but I’ll be glad to point you to someone who does: Mexico Maps is one of this site’s original sponsors and my personal “go to” place to answer questions such as yours. As […]

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2 Weeks In Northwest Mexico

 Carl says:  To save space I’m going to insert my answers between Mike’s questions about trip planning.  Also, it helps me give more detailed answers when I know even more details about you and your plans.  For example, Mike, when are you traveling?  The region you’re headed for ranges from quite cold (Copper Canyon in winter) to blistering hot (summer beaches), and from dry to wet depending on the season.   Not sure if you will reply to this since I’m […]

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Copper Canyon "piggyback" train?

Does the train through Copper Canyon have auto transport cars so you can drive there and take the train one way and have your car at the end? I know that there are RV tours where they can “piggyback” RV’s but don’t know if it is possible to do with cars. Thanks for your help. Jeanne Doerr, CTA, ACC Travel Sales Agent AAA Travel 827 Gordon Drive Sioux City, IA 51101 Carl replies: I assume you are hoping for a […]

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The People's Guide to Mexico :: News and Updates from Carl & Lorena

link to our home site: The People’s Guide to Mexico :: News and Updates from Carl & Lorena: …if you’ve been wondering what we’re up to, or why we haven’t replied to your frantic emails, it’s because we’re just too busy. We try our best but as the website becomes more popular, we continue to fall behind. If you’re inquiring about guided hikes in Mexico’s Copper Canyon, please write directly to Amy at Adventure Specialists for further information. Amy’s email […]

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