It’s a series of more than 20 spectacular
canyons that altogether comprise a region that’s four times larger than the Grand Canyon in Arizona and in several
parts much deeper.
We left the motorcycle in Los Mochis, in the hotel, to travel right up, over and through
some of the steepest areas on the Ferrocarril Chihuahua Pacifico, called CHEPE, the train
with diesel. The whole time is was an awful smell. I was toxicated after the 10-hours ride. This train exists since about 1971. Many people travel here. The ride isn´t cheap. There are days for first -class train and for second-class-train. We went with both. The first class was a bit faster. The whole ride costs about 600-1000 pesos to Creel from Los Mochis.
The train took us- passengers - on amazing senic journey over 650 km of impressively laid
door as you see us happily seeing each others.
We couldn´t believe that we are going to see such a beautiful landscape.
I have never seen such before.
This was my first step into the subtropical climate with such a scenery.
I absolute continue to step further!!
I spent almost all the time looking out from the open door. It was so sunny, warm day!! Not hot, a particularly good time to come is late September and October (after the summer rains), when the vegetation is still green. Things dry up from February to June, but you can still glimpse some wildflowers. The train pass the cliffs, bridges over the rivers, many tunels, just very onetrack-piece of Earth, what a breathtaking ride!!
I just spent 10 hours watching outside... it would be a shame to sit in the train... the look outside of the train was a vivid natural scenario!!
Stones and dry Earth.
Incredible... los cavallos... coming to the the procession!!
This is mother and daugther I walked the whole procession with... we spent a nice time together!! The daughter was so sweet and cute...!!
Can you see me??
We were a great group of hispanic people... and me, Czech one!! Blonde one...
Like the Musician from Bremen/Germany... here the Musicians from Creel!!
Look at the other posts here in Blog about Mexico!! Hecho En Mexico!!