Barranca de Oblatos, also refered to as Barranca de Huentitan is a canyon carved by the river Rio Grande de Santiago and is located just North of Guadalajara. The canyon is as deep as 600m and is considered a biogeographic corridor (a protected area) because of the numerous birds and types of vegetation you can find. We hiked 2 different peripheral trails that offered stunning sights.
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