Cumbres Del Ajusco National Park

Cumbres Del Ajusco National Park

Cumbres Del Ajusco National Park
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Carlos R
Mexico City, Mexico369 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2021 • Solo
Climbing the Ajusco, an extinct volcano very close to Mexico city, allows a magnificent view of Valle de Mexico.
Written 22 March 2021
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Carlos R
Mexico City, Mexico369 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020 • Friends
Hiking in Ajusco Mountain Area provides a magnificent view, not only of the sorrounding mountains but as well of México City. Unfortunately sometimes pollution prevent us from having the clearest view.
Written 23 March 2020
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Diego B
11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019
This national park is a huge expanse of terrain that comprehends two inactive volcanoes, the Ajusco and Xitle. Both are accesible by foot through different routes.

Altough it's a national park, you'll fin living communities all around, restaurants and other facilities.

I do not recommend saying after nightfall unless you're camping and have a basic undestanding of the security concerns from a local.
Written 6 August 2019
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bryanmantezoni
Houston, TX2,789 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Friends
This place is recommended to be visited since it is away from the pollution and the crowds of Mexico City, you will not see many people around here but the landscape is very pretty and you can take some good pictures, you can also hike but you have to be in good health condition because of the altitude.
Written 27 December 2017
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MexChilanga
Mexico899 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Family
About an hour drive from Polanco, this is a great spot to spend a couple of hours. The maze is fun for young children and adults alike and the house was built 30+ years ago. The owner was friendly and gave us access to the upper floor of the house. Beautiful setting & fresh air. Wish we had more time but they were setting up for a private event (too bad we didn’t know that before or we would have arrived earlier).
Written 20 December 2017
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Kenneth N
Stockholm, Sweden327 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Solo
I started in Mexico city, on Christmas Day 2015 from downtown were I lived, and took the train and bus. Two and half hour later I took off from the bus and walked through the landscape and continued until I reached the peaks up in the mountain area.

I was completely out from civilization and my goal was to reach the panoramic view spot out there, but I didn't know where exactly the location was and the temperature rise down very quickly. I decided to walk further on up in the mountain until I it's possible to reach locals. I did it ...two hour later and the sunset was started when I released my self. But I was worried about time and how to reach the bus station in order to get back in downtown before midnight.

However. I found friendly locals during the way back in mountain and I was very pleased to find myself in safety. I started to talk with people who lives there and the conversation resulted in good hand. I lifted back with them and all words I kept in mind from the way up in mountain "The nature is nothing to worry about" was shifted later on to "by happy in light" on the return.

It was late when I arrived downtown and the metro was operated.

Home, safe home.
Written 19 February 2016
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Brad G
Houston, TX12 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Solo
I hiked Ajusco Mountain on a Saturday morning, and I loved it. You get almost to 13,000 feet with a little bit of technical ridge climbing toward the summit. My only recommendation is to go on a day when it's clear--toward the top, the visibility was awful because I was in the clouds. I imagine that the best part of the hike/climb is the view down from the summit looking at the pine forest and the valley containing Mexico City. There are also plenty of cabanas with home-style cooking on the road to the trailhead.
Written 21 October 2015
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Marlene P
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
Excellent to go with the family and connect with nature, it would be incredible if there were a river or waterfall but it is very beautiful.
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Written 30 January 2024
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