01172017Tue
Last updateFri, 13 Jan 2017 1pm

Runners complete Jalisco Trivolcano Challenge in 35 hours

The altitude is 2,850 meters above sea level. I’m on the rim of the crater at the top of Tequila Volcano, waiting, along with several friends, for the arrival of Sergio Vidal, Sandra Ortiz and Ulises Hernández, who started their long run from the top of El Cerro de Mazatepec early yesterday morning and – with no sleep whatsoever – are about to complete their 120-kilometer trek at any moment.

Coffee-table book celebrates petroglyph sanctuary

On January 20, 2012, the Guadalajara Reporter was the first newspaper in Mexico to report the discovery of hundreds of curious rock engravings along the shores of a small dam called La Presa de la Luz, located 120 kilometers east of Guadalajara, near the town of Arandas.

The definitive guide to Guachimontones

Launching his new book, “A Guide to West Mexico’s Guachimontones and Surrounding Area, The Lost Civilization of Teuchitlán,” at Guadalajara’s Paleontology Museum this week, Reporter columnist and cave explorer John Pint described his initial encounter with the late archaeologist Phil Weigand, the discoverer of Jalisco’s most famous ruins.