The Sierra Gorda has so many treasures that it will take several visits to discover them all. From the majestic views offered by the Mirador de Cuatro Palos or the Sótano del Barro, its dazzling biodiversity, to the typical gastronomy of the mountain municipalities, at every step there is something different to discover.
The Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve is one of the great lungs of Mexico, located in the center of the country. An important part of this reserve is located in Querétaro, this area being the most valuable in the state in terms of ecosystems.
Home to the most impressive natural wonders of Querétaro, such as the Puente de Dios in Río Escanela or the Chuveje Waterfall, the Sierra Gorda is the ideal environment for adventure or living a sustainable tourism.
As if it were an amphitheater that welcomes all the majesty of the Sierra Gorda, the Mirador de Cuatro Palos, a few kilometers from Pinal de Amoles, offers one of the most unforgettable views of Querétaro and is the perfect place to understand the magnitude of the treasures you can find in the region.
Ayutla, in the municipality of Arroyo Seco, has incredible natural landscapes that we must all discover and enjoy at some time. As you enter the town you can explore the river and find the Ayutla Births: natural pools of turquoise water and vegetation that frames the natural spectacle. Perfect for hiking, swimming in its waters, tasting its delicious cuisine and spending a day enjoying the riverside.
If you are looking for a trip that aims to carry out recreational activities in direct contact with nature, El Cedral, in Pinal de Amoles, is the option. Descend through the forest one kilometer until you reach the waterfall, while you appreciate the imposing height of the trees and a landscape taken like a movie. Get to know, respect, enjoy and participate in the conservation of the natural resources that the Sierra Gorda keeps for you.