Take a trip on the Copper Canyon (Barranca del Cobre) Railway.It's 420 miles to Los Mochis on the Pacific coast.This train trip is one of the most interesting things you could do in Mexico. It goes from sea level to altitudes over 8000 feet. It features 39 bridges and 87 tunnels.People say you should go from Los Mochis to Chihuahua as this more or...more
La Zona del Silencio (Silence Zone) is a semi desertic area plenty of magnetics camps, it is located at Durango and Chihuahua state border. A lot of people com fron all over the world to see fallen stars, ufo´s etc. This picture was taked at night, exposure of 10 minutes asa 100 with moon light.more
Well, all over the city, really... just take a taxi at three am... oh the fun!
There's no one on the roads...
Not really the best idea, I know. But we were struggling for some enjoyment at that point, having had little sleep so far.
I travelled by bus from El Paso / Ciudad Juarez to Chihuahua, along Highway 45 - about 5 hours.Please note: you will need a Tourist Visa if you are travelling outised the Juarez region. You obtain these just over the border - the bus driver will tell you where - obviously take your passport and there's a fee of approximately 20 USD. You tell them...more
If you want to take the Copper Canyon train from Los Mochis to Chihuahua, I would recommend a one way trip. The price of the train ticket from Los Mochis to Chihuahua is about $120 each way. You can fly into Los Mochis and fly out of Chihuahua or you can fly to Cabo San Lucas and take a boat to Los Mochis. Since Los Mochis and Chihuahua are small...more
Three bridges link Juarez with el Paso,the Cordova Bridget, the Zaragoza Bridge and the Paso Del Norte Bridge. You can walk across the river using the latter one. If you plan to walk, remember, before you leave your air-conditioned car, that day time temperatures easily pass 100 degrees Fahrenheit ! (40 degrees Celcius!)This pictures was taken...more
Driving from bus station to train station and back, then back to the train station later than morning. Times: bus to train: around 10:00pm (100 pesos) train to bus: around 1:00am (70 pesos?)Long night at bus station trying not to go to the bathroom so we don't have to pay the 2 pesos...It was a neat place, clean, open ducts on the ceiling... all...more