Aguascalientes mountain adventure GPX Track
Explore the mountains north of Aguascalientes a bit and discover some steep cliffs, canyons and amazing rock formations.
Explore the mountains north of Aguascalientes a bit and discover some steep cliffs, canyons and amazing rock formations. Drive past artificial lakes and possibly visit the “Cristo de Rota” pilgrim (ish) site. At this attraction the local population exhibits a damaged statue of christ. According to Wikipedia the statue comes from one of the largest cathedrals in Mexico.
Note: I went on this adventure for the scenic views and found the ‘Cristo de Rota’ site and waterworks (A small dam-like structure with arches) along the way. The Cristo de Rota site was closed when I was there. And so was the destination nature park. At the nature park I stood on the edge of the canyon and got some nice pictures. So entry is sort of optional. It looks like a nice place to enter and wander around in though.
Where: Central Mexico
Distance: 132km / 82miles
Fuel availability: Average, fuel up before leaving the city.
Road Conditions: Mostly paved, good condition.
Toll Roads: No
Government checkpoints: No
Unofficial roadblocks: No/Unknown
This FREE download includes the GPX track to follow on your GPS/Navigation app.
Paid downloads include a Point of Interest (POI) file which may include a few fuel stations, checkpoints, hotel, restaurants and potential road hazards like fog or unpaved segments. As well as a number of noteworthy attractions.
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