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Return to Terrero & Cerro Grande but this time, no caves!

In bygone years I wrote several articles for this newspaper describing my adventures rappelling down deep pits in a mountain “filled with caves” in Cerro Grande, part of the the Manantlán Biosphere Reserve, which is a 2,860-meter high mountain range located 150 kilometers southwest of Guadalajara, straddling the states of Jalisco and Colima.


Welcome to the other end of the Sierra de Tapalpa!

Ask the average Tapatío (Guadalajara native) where you can find rolling hills covered with pine trees and a cozy cabin with a crackling fireplace. Most likely they will tell you to head for Tapalpa.