If you want to see the Copper Canyon in a different kind of way, there is nothing like visiting them by zip wire! It crosses the Sierra Tarahumara across 7 zip lines, one of them the largest in Mexico.
Retosachi is a place nestled in the Sierra Tarahumara, difficult to access because most of the journey is by dirt road. It is approximately 12 hours from Chihuahua City and that depends on the weather and the type of vehicle that you go in. It is an unforgettable experience, light years away from technology, electricity cell phones and is the perfect place to go if you want to find yourself, meditate and admire nature. The native people of the region, the Tarahumara, fill it with a fantastic culture and vividly coloured clothes. The well known international pianist Romayne Wheeler lives in the famous Eagle's Nest, a construction on the rocks of the canyon with a window overlooking the canyon. Visiting this place was one of the best experiences I have had in my life and I would like to return.
From the moment you get onto the Chepe train, the adventure begins in the Sierra Tarahumara. Every place will tickle your imagination along with the rising and majestic landscapes from sunrise to sunset. Do not miss a thing. People are very friendly and delicious food is provided. If you want to escape the monotony of life and be inspired by the essence of nature at its best, this is the place to go.
The Angel of Liberty, 6 meters high, is a rotating sculpture, the only rotating one in Latin America, whose right hand wields a sword that emits a beam. the inscription on the plaque indicates that the monument is dedicated to the memory of the heroes that defined our destiny, conquering and developing our country.
This is a place of relaxation and reflection, calm and mysterious as there is an altar at the end of the barrel where some missionaries conducted mass at the time when there was religious persecution. Now it is a tourist spot, but still quiet
The Juarez Market is a must-see for those who want to get to know Mexican culinary traditions. The Juarez Market not only houses artisans, but also different stalls that have a combination of meats in a smoky room. The atmosphere in this market is very heavy and noisy and there's a smell of cooking meat. Of course, forget your "intestinal" fears and choose the more tasty-looking meat, if that concept still exists in Mexico. You also have to remember to request a good cook! An Indian fellow there was quick to offer vegetables, peppers and salsa, while another one prepares the dough. Finally, you can have up to three additions to a single basket of meat, bread and stuffing, to make up one or two tacos. It's a pleasant surprise that's delicious and authentic!
Here you can have the experience of being in a magical place. To view it in all its glory from here is something that is really worthwhile. It is one of the most beautiful places in Mexico and the world.
I've been visiting the station for just about a year-and understood it by visiting as much as I can . It is behind the technological Chihuahua, where i study. I like getting lost and seeing the majesty of a metal dragon