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Rio Escanela, Queretaro
(4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Rio Escanela is located in Queretaro. To visit Rio Escanela on your trip to Jalpan de Serra, use our Jalpan de Serra trip generator.
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  • Is a great place incredible views guided safe area for camping the only downside, is access, in rainy season the road is a little insecure since it is dirt
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  • walking the river escanela is already a masterpiece of nature, but reaching the bridge of God without knowing that you are going... is to touch the sky, beautiful, beautiful.
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  • It is one of the most beautiful places that I've been. In this community, there is no cell signal, there is no local phones, no TV or internet for what becomes a unique experience. My friends and I we stayed at a hotel that is near the River, the owner helped us make a campfire and there spent much of the night, talking. To reach God bridge, I recommend going as early as you can so you will avoid people and you will be able to stay longer (by regulation of the place just 20 minutes to get there). If you do not want to stay in this place you can do a road trip in a day: go to bucareli, mirador four sticks, pinal de amoles, bridge of God and chuveje, all that is close.
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