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Canyons of Copper Canyon Mexico, a quick guide

Canyons of Copper Canyon Mexico, a quick guide

Info of the canyons that comprise the copper canyon

 

Did you know that the Copper Canyon is roughly four times the size of the Grand Canyon? Over millions of years, nine main canyons form from volcanic and plate tectonic movement. Copper canyon spans over 25,000 square miles.

  • Firstly, the Serpentine Canyon is the main canyon that the Chepe train runs through. It is 1,600 feet above sea level on the Serpentine River.
  • Probably the most well-known canyon is Urique. It is the deepest canyon in Mexico 1,640 feet above sea level. It can be seen from Divisadero, Posada Barrancas, and Gallego Mountain. Within the valley of Urique, tropical fruits like mango, papaya, and avocado grow.
  • Near Guachochi, the Sinforosa Canyon is known as “the queen of the canyons”.
  • Batopilas canyon is home to the valley town of Batopilas. Get there from Creel and Urique. This valley is one of the most inhabited by the native Tarahumaran community.
  • In addition, Candamena canyon is home to the two highest waterfall drops in Mexico. These are Bassaseachi Falls and Barranca de Cascadas.
  • Since Huapoca canyon is the most northern canyon in the Sierra Tarahumaras, near the town of Madera, many archeological sites from the Paquime culture.
  • Due to remoteness, Chinipas canyon is lesser known. It has the tributary rivers of the Rio Fuerte and Chinipas river.
  • In the passage between the towns of Maguarchi and Uruachi, Oteros canyon cuts through the northern mountain range.
  •  Noteworthy, the Copper Canyon this is one of the most serene canyons of all. It is between La Bufa and Creel, Chihuahua.

Ultimately, there are many sub-canyons within the Copper Canyon. Each offers a distinctive variety of wildlife, flora, and fauna. Ask us about exploring the vast land and canyons of Copper Canyon.