Parador de la Montana

Address: Av. Lopez Mateos s/n, Creel, Copper Canyon, Northern Mexico, 33200, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Lopez Mateos s/n, Creel.
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      Travel Blogs from Creel

      Day 1 - Chihuahua, Coper Canyon and Creel

      A travel blog entry by inca_gold on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... train a day so I'll see them back on it tomorrow. My travelling skills may be a bit rusty, I keep using the wrong words in Spanish. I also hired a bike and rode it on the left (then again..... I always did that before). On the plus side, I managed to avoid drinking a glass of tap water (which I admit I ordered by accident). The country is economically closer to the USA than Peru, plenty of phone signal and wifi. The hotel router is out in the open, I assume it's ...

      Mainland Mexico West

      A travel blog entry by bteam1 on Nov 07, 2013

      27 photos

      ... and unintentionally she became our tour guide! The graveyard was busy, people visiting graves, musicians playing songs for loved ones gone and one random bloke was breaking a horse on the road outside it - just kept riding up and back, bareback but with a rough kinda headcollar. We decided to follow Chacha up the rocky outcrop overlooking the graveyard. It was a nice climb to the top and we were reqarded with some beautiful views over the town, and ...

      Trains, Rocks, Hamburgers & Guns

      A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 14, 2013

      55 photos

      ... train workers as he wouldn’t let me go round the back to take pictures, but yet it was alright to hang out the side. We were both getting pretty raaaaty with each other, but I didn’t really fancy being chucked off so eventually had to back down.

      I did at least have it on a good day (these pictures aren’t my own as I lost everything from the Copper Canyon when I got robbed a week or so after), and the viewpoint over Divisadero gave ...

      Entry point for Copper Canyon

      A travel blog entry by lairsho on Sep 07, 2013


      ... from the northern U.S. to Argentina! Wow! I guess I'm most excited about dusting off my long dormant and very rusty Spanish. I studied it for 7 or 8 years from junior high school into college, but my speaking ability is pretty limited. Still, I have my daughter Sidra's little vocabulary book and it's helping. I had limited conversations or asked questions of a number of people today. Feels good! Hope to keep those old geezer neurons firing and ward off impending ...

      And 9 1/2 hours up again to Cusarare

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 20, 2013

      26 photos

      ... walls. The crosses and light fixtures were made of tree branches. All along the walls there were traditional Tarahuma designs on the white walls and there was a notched log ladder that went up to the choir loft. At the front of the church were some traditional Catholic paintings and altar.

      The priest, who resided in the mission in the 1960's, realized that education was very important for the Tarahumara children and built two boarding schools - one in ...