On this adventure you’ll enjoy spectacular
vistas from Divisadero, visit Tarahumara caves and Indian schools
at Creel, and ride the famous Chihuahua al Pacifico Railroad. It
can begin in either Los Mochis or Chihuahua. The following itinerary
is an example of a trip beginning in Los Mochis.
You’ll transfer from Los Mochis to the small
colonial city of El Fuerte
, where you’ll spend the night at a charming hotel.
In the morning you’ll board the first-class
Copper Canyon train and travel up into the Sierra Madre Mountains,
passing through 86 tunnels and crossing 37 bridges. This is one
of the most spectacular train rides in the Western Hemisphere.
In the afternoon you’ll arrive at Divisadero
and stay at a picturesque lodge located right on the edge of
the canyon. Here you’ll make your first contacts with the
cave-dwelling Tarahumara Indians. You can hike along the canyon
rim or just relax at the hotel—either way you’ll enjoy
After lunch you will board the train for the short
ride to Creel
, a lumber town high in the Sierra Madre Mountains. On an afternoon
tour you’ll explore the countryside, Tarahumara Indian caves
and missions, and Cusarare Falls. A good place to buy Tarahumara
Indian crafts is at the Mission Store in Creel. The profits go
toward running the hospital built by Father Luis Verplancken for
the Indian children.
You will board the train for the return trip to
El Fuerte. You’ll be met at the train station and driven
to the hotel to spend a final night.
Today you’ll leave Copper Canyon, but you’ll
take along wonderful memories of this remote area and the people
who make it their home.
The trip includes accommodations: two nights in El Fuerte or Chihuahua,
one night in Divisadero, and one night in Creel; 7 meals; train
tickets; transfers from train to hotels; tour of Creel; transportation
between Los Mochis and El Fuerte (when trip begins in Los Mochis).
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