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Jeepsies in México!

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Jeepsies in México!

Let's celebrate the "First International" OB members meeting in México.
We are meeting Jeepsies in Bernal and have an expedition through the weekend. Great places to visit and do some activities.


We are meeting in Bernal, a really nice town in Queretaro, later we are going to camp in San Joaquin going through Zimapan: beautiful views.

Saturday we have breakfast and then go to Bucareli, we are going to drive through some rough roads and will arrive to the campsite were we can get on some ziplines.

Sunday we go through the river and go back to Bernal.
  • START DATE

    Friday, January 18, 2019

    04:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada), Mexico City
    16:00 Hrs GMT -6:00
  • END DATE

    Sunday, January 20, 2019

    12:30 PM Central Time (US & Canada), Mexico City
    12:00 Hrs GMT -6:00
  • OVERLAND BOUND REGION

  • EVENT TYPE

    Trip

  • DIFFICULTY

    1 VERY EASY

Terrain Type

Recommended

Channel

Channel Channel Value
  • HAM 159.100
  • GMRS 4
  • CB 16
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Eric Highland | Fulltime Travelers Member since 07 Aug 2018

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  • Start Point: Calle la Luna 10, Zona Centro, Bernal, Qro., México GPS Coordinates: 20.73793, -99.94232 Notes: Friday ~4pm we can meet at the Parking Lot of Peña de Bernal
  • WayPoint 1: Campo Alegre, Querétaro, México GPS Coordinates: 20.91356, -99.57241 Notes: This is the camp site for friday, we are going to arrive around 7-8 pm
  • End Point: Unnamed Road, Querétaro, México GPS Coordinates: 21.03634, -99.61844 Notes: This is the campsite for Saturday, we are going to the ziplines and leave on sunday back to Bernal.

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