Last updateThu, 31 Dec 2015 7pm

Pathway opens to explore Chapala mountain range

Jalisco’s Ministry of the Environment and Territorial Development (Semadet) has formally opened the Sendero Trojes-Chupinaya-Barranca Travesaño, a 6.5-kilometer hiking trail crossing part of the protected hydrological and forest area situated in the mountain range running above Lake Chapala’s north shore.

The marked route ascends from the valley of Las Trojes to La Chupinaya, allowing hikers to safely experience nature without causing negative impacts to varied ecosystems. The protected area is habitat for diverse flora and 509 species of fauna, including birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.

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