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Chihuahua State Side A and B

Mexico’s Destinations Analysis by Franco Magno

 

Big and impressive. Extensive and varied. This is Chihuahua State. The big state of Mexico. The state that treasures magnificent natural beauties and one of the first indigenous nations of Mexico, the Rarámuris or also known as Tarahumaras, live here. Is a destination apart. A state that also earned a remarkable place in the history of Mexico. The Mexican revolution also understood why Chihuahua is the place by which these beautiful northern lands captivate their own and strangers. So let’s go to the Magno side A and B of Chihuahua State.

 

SIDE A

The Copper Canyon. More than a tourist destination by itself, it is a whole region full of incredible gems to explore. From the impressive viewpoint of Cerro del Gallego, admiring the Cusárare waterfall, and being fascinated by the Basaseachi waterfall national park, the “Barrancas del Cobre” or also known in English as the “Copper Canyon” make Chihuahua a pure delight of destiny to conquer.

 

More Side As in the Copper Canyon? Of course. We have the so-called viewpoints of Divisadero, the Rukiraso waterfall, and the Arareco lake, among others, that would give us another unique and majestic memory of the Copper Canyon.

 

Well, how can you conquer so much beauty? Through the so-called “Chihuahua Pacífico” train, or “El Chepe”.

 

SIDE B

 

The distances to travel between destinations and tourist attractions for the visitor. Due to its geographical composition, the state of Chihuahua is quite extensive and broad, in addition to the fact that several mountain ranges cross the relief of the state. Of course, and as I have mentioned on previous posts, the B side is that other facet of life when knowing new places, entering the wonders of lands to explore.

 

To cite just one example. The distance that takes us to travel from the capital city of Chihuahua to the border city of Ciudad Juárez is approximately four hours on the federal highway 45D. And in fact, it is not a curvy highway at all

 

Making a small comparison, the time it takes us to travel by highway from Mexico City to the beautiful, magical town of San Miguel de Allende located in the state of Guanajuato is approximately 3 hours and 50 minutes.

 

Realizing this relative distance traveled, you can give yourselves an idea of ​​the broad dimensions that can be visited in the state of Chihuahua when traveling to its different destinations.

 

 

The Magno Recommendation

 

The first Magno Travel Recommendation for Chihuahua State, is definitely to foresee and calculate the time it takes us to travel from one point to another, in this way we will not lose the great possibility of contemplating those sunrises and sunsets at the points where we can admire and fill our souls with these unmissable moments, of all that magical energy that the different viewpoints and observation points that are found along the Copper Canyon give us.

 

The second Magno piece of Recommendation for Chihuahua State is the following one. Having a ride aboard the “Chihuahua Pacífico” train, this will turn into a real visual banquet experience, an odyssey with which several of the most beautiful views of Chihuahua’s State natural sceneries will appear right outside the train’s windows. So, like an old western cowboy, have your cameras ready to Shoot and capture those live colorful paintings.

 

They say that the typical Mexican expression Ah Chihuahua! can be annoying; not my Magno followers, it is just the opposite. Ah, Chihuahua! is expressed, is shouted with all the power of the chest when we are before these wonders of mother nature, wonders that this prodigious mother decided to give to Mexico. Don’t forget to follow me on social media and right here at francomagnomexico.com

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