Volcan La Malinche, Huamantla
(4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
Volcan La Malinche is located in Huamantla. Work out when and for how long to visit Volcan La Malinche and other Huamantla attractions using our handy Huamantla vacation planner.
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  • Actual hike is easy, but coming from a lower altitude makes it hard for most visitors probably. It took us (30sh y old couple, normal physique) 2h to tree line and 2 to top. Was out of breath every 10...  more »
  • It is a 30-40 minute ride from Huamantla center and it took us a little over 3 hours to reach the peak. That being said, I had no strength or cardio in about 2 years but I consider myself athletic. Be...  more »
  • La Malinche is downright amazing, feel abrazad@s by the clouds and be close to heaven. I've uploaded 4 times, I've never had very good physical condition, so I was steps away and rested, but even doing turning medium to see how wonderful that is the volcano 50 mtr above... The four occasions that I uploaded so what I did at night and by 4 different routes, my aunt and uncle live in Huamantla, so I'm going with good guides. In Van bring us closer to where it is allowed to climb by car. We began the walk at 12:00 am, and before reaching the plain had something breakfast while admiring the stars, the mist and dawn. At 6:00 am we continue our journey towards the tip. Our return was when others are barely rising. I recommend climbing Huamantla, safe in the neighbourhood of Santa María Yancuitlalpan and San Francisco could find someone to accompany them to climb at night. Many adults climbed from children to find firewood, fungi and water, so many paths are known.
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