Have you been to the Cerro Agujerado in Monterrey?

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It is one of the most recognizable peaks of the Cumbres de Monterrey National Park, an ideal place for hikers.

Monterrey has become famous for its characteristic hill formations and for its biodiversity, but one of the must-sees is Cerro Agujerado.

Cerro Agujerado is located in the Cumbres de Monterrey National Park and offers spectacular mountainous landscapes as it is part of the Sierra Madre Oriental.

Where is Cerro Agujerado located?

This beautiful hill is located in the Cumbres de Monterrey National Park, which is considered an area of ​​importance for the conservation of birds, as well as being home to the plant communities of the greatest ecological value in Nuevo León.

According to experts, there are 1,368 species of flora and fauna in the park, of which 73 are in danger of extinction. For this and much more, it belongs to the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.

The Cumbres de Monterrey have different peaks and hills, each with its own characteristics, and the one that stands out the most is Cerro Agujerado.

What else can you find in Cerro Agujerado?

It is undoubtedly a natural wonder full of rivers, waterfalls and breathtaking views. It is located in the municipality of Juárez, and has one of the most attractive hiking trails in the region.

From the slopes of the hill, it seems as if you are entering another dimension since you can see the fluttering butterflies, the aroma of pine, and dry river beds through which you can jump from stone to stone.

The route is done on well-defined trails, then you must cross a river that gradually deepens.

Afterward, you will reach a narrow place, shaped like a canyon, where you will have to wade through it. On your way, you will find more waterfalls, parts of the forest, but in the end, you will reach the most famous cave of Cerro Agujerado.

The famous arch is bordered by stalactites that will amaze your eyes and you will not stop taking photos.

How to get there

Source: mexicotravelchannel.com.mx

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