I will be 79 years old when the group I will be traveling with makes this trip. I am in good physical condition. Should I attempt this trip?
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If you're in good physical shape then I'd say go for it. Know, however, that from the trail head to the colonies it's about a 1.5 mile hike uphill at an altitude of approximately 10,000 ft., so unless you're already... 更多
If you're in good physical shape then I'd say go for it. Know, however, that from the trail head to the colonies it's about a 1.5 mile hike uphill at an altitude of approximately 10,000 ft., so unless you're already acclimated to the altitude you might want to spend the pesos for the horse ride up to the summit.
I have a couple questions. I will be in Queretaro in late November and wanted to know the following:
1) I have been looking to see if any day trips as it looks like around 3 hours each way, but not 100 percent sure that is accurate. Has anyone done this with a day tour from Queretaro or is this just too far to do?
2) In reading the butterflies arrive in early November usually, so are chances good that there will be a sizable amount there at that time of year?
Any insights appreciated.
We are thinking of going to the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve to see Monarch Butterflies in late March (around March 29), we want to know whether most monarch butterflies have already migrated north in late March? does anyone have information about this? is it worth of going there to see some butterflies that may be late to migrate ?
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I am not sure I "know" the answer. We were told they generally migrate in March and April so I would assume you would be getting there towards the end of their stay.