viernes, abril 19, 2024

Top Three Hiking Spots According to Baja Midnight Club


Connect with fellow adventure enthusiasts and discover the Top Three Hiking Spots in Baja California’s stunning landscapes with Baja Midnight Club, a community founded by Brittne Potter. Since its inception, the club’s events have been a labor of love, operating on a not-for-profit basis and orchestrated by a dedicated team of volunteers. A highlight among these offerings is the bi-weekly Hike Club, guided by nature enthusiast Madeline Bowser.


Baja Midnight Club recognizes the privilege of residing as guests on traditional Pericú Nation lands and is committed to expressing gratitude beyond words. The inclusive, bilingual environment warmly welcomes both locals and expats to partake in challenging hikes, promoting fitness and community building.  Whether new to Cabo or a native, Baja Midnight Club embraces all, fostering connections and celebrating Baja’s unique spirit. Check their Instagram for upcoming events, and bring your water, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes!

Cañón Costa Azul


Great for dogs, apart from some cattle and burro traffic!

  • Time: 2 hours
  • Length: 8.4 KM
  • Height: 140 m
  • Level of Difficulty: Moderate
  • Features:
    • Kid Friendly
    • Dog Friendly
    • Type of terrain
    • Sandy terrain

Sierra de la Laguna, La Paz-Los Cabos


It is the tallest peak in Baja California Sur, surrounded by a distinct flora and fauna and home to many endemic species and subspecies that is only accessible by hike.

  • Time: 4 hours
  • Length: 12.1 KM
  • Height: 522 m
  • Level of difficulty: Difficult
  • Features:
    • Fee and guide required

Punta Lobos, Todos Santos


Originally it was a port trail for exporting sugar cane!

  • Time: 1 hour and 35 minutes
  • Length: 6.9 KM
  • Height: 104 m
  • Level of difficulty: Easy
  • Sandy terrain
  • Features:
    • Kid Friendly
    • Pet Friendly

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