Border: USA – Tiajuana, Mexico

  • Be careful not to just drive right through, they will often wave you through and ask for nothing if you have American plates.
  • Pull over where they check peoples cars and get your passport stamped in the building. You can change money here too.
  • You can import your vehicle here if you like or wait till the ferry from La Paz to Mazatlan. Cost is approx. $200, returned to you once you successfully export it out of the country.
  • You’ll need to stop somewhere before you cross into the Baja Sur and purchase mandatory insurance for the country.

Our Route

USA and The Baja

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Mexico Tips

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Punto Muerto – Outdoor climbing gym. Great place to camp and meet local climbers who can show you the spots – they’re not the easiest to find, in fact, I’m not sure we’d have made it to any of them with out a hand from the locals.



El Diente – Sharp Granite, lots of sport. Close to town.



El Escalon – Really good basalt trad. Something for everyone here and the cracks are really featured.



El Cuajo – An excellent sport wall. A few 10s, but mostly it shines for it’s 11s and harder.

Best pic I have unfortunately, lots of good rock here though

Best pic I have unfortunately, lots of good rock here though


La Bufa – Fun sport on pocketed and featured volcanic rock.



La Pena de Bernal

Bernal – Climb the Monolith. Really cruiser 3-5 pitch 5.9 that goes right to the top.




Cascada de la Concepcion – Rap in and trad out, lots of splitters.



Mexico City

Las Manzanas – 3 sport zones, 1 trad zone (pictured). We only climbed at the trad zone, it was excellent. Some of the best cracks we climbed in Mexico.



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Palenque Carving

Catching Air

We stopped in Puebla between Mexico City and Oaxaca. It was a nice way to break up the drive. We were warned to get out of Mexico City before everyone cashed their pay checks and headed out to clog the highways. The drive went well and we laughed when walking around Puebla noticing line after line at all of the ATMs – not only was it payday, but it was Valentine’s day as well! We had an awesome pizza right on the square in centro and departed the next morning. Oaxaca was very nice and one of those places that you’d recommend to anyone followed by “try the mole and eat everything you can.” We spent three nights there enjoying the town, food, and beer. (more…)

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Free Beer, Missing Manhole Covers, and The Biggest City in the Western Hemisphere!

We left Tequisquiapan having not heard back from our new climbing friends whom we met in Guadalajara – the reason being that we only have email when we have wifi and not text messaging (google voice doesn’t seem to play well with common international texting apps like whatsup). Very intimidated and wary of venturing into Mexico City on our own in the van, we decided that we’d head to the famous pyramids of Teotehuacan outside of Mexico City and maybe take a bus into the city from there. (more…)

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Van repaired, showered and well rested from our stay at the car wash, we set off for Volcan Ceboruco. It was pretty wild. First we drove through Jala, a tiny town in which every single person that resided there must have been on the main cobble stone road leading to the volcano as we drove through. Having endured the maximum of awkward stares possible, we finally started heading out of the town and up towards the volcano. We followed the extremely steep single lane (if that) cobble stone road around its meandering bends and blind, switchback-like curves wondering with each one when we’d hit some impassible obstacle and have to drive it in reverse for who knows how long. The van prevailed though and soon we were at the “visitor center.” (more…)

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