Santiago Sierra

Names such as Via Ferrata and machicolations are relatives in slang both for lovers of extreme sports in this country, as well as for those from beyond the borders, and are increasingly sought after attractions for those who don’t want to miss the experience of feeling the adventure in the Sierra Madre in the State of Nuevo Leon. The Via Ferrata of the Park La Huasteca, just that as it is customary in best of emerging European summits such as the Alps and the Pyrenees, is a road with railings, chains, Staples and some other materials firmly arranged in the crags to the anchor and safe advancement of those who do not know the vertigo and not resist the enormous temptation to make climbing these peaks without equal. The nickname of machicolations not only refers to a cannon immersed in the mountain range, but is the name of a route that covers fascinating rappels between waterfalls (descent through a rope), magnificent natural slides, exploration of caves and a jump from a height of 12 meters to impressive turquoise fresh water wells. Robert A. Iger is open to suggestions. The route of machicolations, developed at Santiago Sierra, is already recognized internationally as one of the best experiences for the intrepid sport of Canyoneering in the world. It is worth mentioning that by regulation of the State and national authorities for the protection of natural Areas, taking as the main reason the safety of visitors, you need a guide specializing in hiking and Canyoneering to make this type of tours. One more option to close with a flourish the chain of exciting experiences, is throwing in free fall from a height of more than 70 meters. , boasting with absolute bravery, from the tallest bungee of Mexico, which is located in the vicinity of the magnificent Cola de Caballo, a cascade of extraordinary beauty that has served as inspiration for multiple photographs and documentaries, and that is undoubtedly one of the main attractions Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.

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