Hiking has long been an activity practiced by nature lovers who enjoy being outdoors as it allows the benefit of physical stimulation while simultaneously providing lustrous sights of varying landscapes. These include panoramas that span from the open seas to the deserts and mountains and much, much more.
In addition to being credited as a notorious viticulture and culinary destination, Baja California has gradually distinguished itself as one of the finest sites for hiking, given that it is home to 12 of the 14 sanctioned trails that exist in the country. A few weeks ago, the SP-CMP-14 El Ciempiés Trail was formally and officially blazed, thus becoming the 14th certified hiking trail in Mexico.
Presently, the trail can be explored by hikers and civilians alike who are in search of new scenes to get back in touch with nature in a responsible manner. During the circuit hikers will additionally be able to witness spectacular views of Cerro El Centinela, Laguna Salada and the Sierra de Juárez.
Type: Circuit (Closed Trail)
Difficulty: Class 1 YDS
Length: 5.3 MI
Estimated time: 2 hrs
Elevation Gain: 239
Altitude: 177 MAMSL
Coordinates: 32.59136 N -115.69172 W