San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
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Cañada De La Virgen
A complete way to experience the canyon both by day and night is to do this overnight adventure. It includes the visit to the ranch, milking, and cheese-making, the horseback riding excursion and free time to explore the canyon, as in the half-day and full day rides, but also swimming, cattle-herding, roping lessons, and night & early morning rides.
Our camping riding excursions include all camping gear (tents, sleeping bags, folding chairs etc), +4 campfire meals, night-riding, a long evening bonfire, and, clear skies permitting, fantastic stargazing.
This horseback trail riding excursion gives us enough time to take a midnight ride all the way to a neighboring village, where you can stock up on some essentials, or pick up a good tequila to help keep the stories flowing around the campfire.
For the more extreme riders, this horseback trail riding excursion also includes a section where you can gallop or even race full speed through the darkness! Of course, that part is optional and not recommended for the faint of heart, although it is actually very safe as horses have excellent night vision, and both the horses and your guides know by heart every twist & turn of the trails we ride on.
On the next day, you can complete your adventure rappelling down the 120ft cliffs of the canyon or relax in our favorite hot springs (not included).
Coyote Canyon Adventures is proud to offer this amazing adventure that will take you across the outstanding sierra or mountain range that once crossed on horseback the Mexican heroes of Independence, between the towns of Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende.
It’s 6 days on horseback and 5 nights camping outdoor in the Guanajuato mountains –all the equipment is provided to guarantee a deep and resting sleep after riding for 3 to 6 hours a day. Once at the camp, you may spend the rest of the day still riding, if you feel like it, or either exploring on foot the mysteries of that historic land, such as rivers, waterfalls and a hidden graveyard where the runaway revolucionarios that stayed hidden from the army in those mountains where buried, along with their treasures…
Each of the 6 nights of our journey are spent around the
warm campfire and under the moon and stars. A full set of
camping gear is provided, including inflatable mattresses for
a good night's rest. All meals are also included, and a full
kitchen and support and staff will be on site at base camps
along with transportation for all of your camping gear and
Riders should bring the essential items on the following list:
Jeans (2pair), long sleeve shirts (3), t-shirts (3), socks
(7pair), sunblock, personal medications, camera with extra
batteries and memory, and a good pocket knife or multitool.
There will be a shopping trip available the day before our
ride begins to give riders the opportunity to purchase boots,
hats, spurs, coats, and other gear and leather goods in Leon,
Guanajuato, which is known as the leather capital of
Mexico. Here you can expect to find top quality leather
goods at ½ or ⅓ the price you would normally pay
Equipment included: necessary tack and riding equipment,
tents, sleeping bags, folding chairs, folding tables, ice chests,
lanterns and flashlights, full kitchen staff and gear, and
inflatable mattresses for an extra comfortable nights sleep.
We offer you a complete adventure package for your weekend in San Miguel. The first day, start your engines with an exciting 3 hour ATV tour along the banks of Allende Dam, the community of San Miguel Viejo, and the surroundings. It will be your first contact with the natural beauty of the Bajío and for sure you’ll want more.
The package is provided with one night in a Deluxe category room at a 3 or 4 stars Hotel. There's a wide range the city offers, with the highest-quality service for all budgets.
The next day, you will touch the sky in our exclusive Hot Air Balloon ride over San Miguel.
After breakfast, we begin an exciting ride in the main canyon of the region, from the top of its boulders to the river, with spectacular landscapes and opportunities to gallop. After a rest at the bottom of the canyon, we'll go back up following other paths. Then again, on the top, we will abseil for its impressive 50 meters walls. Finally, we will catch the meal at the ranch with salad, rice, organic beans, fresh made cheese and homemade tortillas, guacamole, sauces and other treats.
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