Mexico - Copper Canyon & Northern Mexico (Chapter)
This is the Copper Canyon & Northern Mexico chapter from Lonely Planet’s Mexico guidebook.
Welcome to frontier land. Mexico’s wild north has, for centuries, been frequented by revolutionaries, bandits, law-makers and law-breakers. The country’s most progressive, culturally rich cities are here, as are some of its most non-Westernized indigenous peoples. It’s a place where, like desperados of times past, you’ll find yourself lingering for longer than you anticipated.
- wolf down wickedly strong coffee at Café Luz y Sol or enchiladas at Cenaduría Dõna Lola, then walk it off around the colonial streets of old silver town Álamos
- bask in the balmy beach paradise of Bahía de Kino
- ride Mexico’s last passenger train through mesmerizing canyon scenery on the Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacífico
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Northwest Mexico, Puerto Peñasco, Hermosillo, Río De Sonora Valley, Bahía De Kino, San Carlos, Álamos & Around, Los Mochis, The Copper Canyon & Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacífico, Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacífico, El Fuerte, Cerocahui, Urique, Areponápuchi (Posada Barrancas), Parque De Aventuras Barrancas Del Cobre, Divisadero, Creel, Around Creel, Batopilas, Cuauhtémoc, Chihuahua & Central North Mexico, Chihuahua, Nuevo Casas Grandes & Casas Grandes, Mata Ortiz, Hidalgo Del Parral, Durango, Around Durango, Western Durango State, Northeast Mexico, Saltillo, Parras, Cuatro Ciénegas, Monterrey, Around Monterrey and Reserva De La Biosfera El Cielo.
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