Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve Day Hikes

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Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve Day Hikes




 
The Biosphere Reserve is one of Baja´s most beautiful but least explored areas. Part of an island off the coast of Baja 10 million years ago, the Reserve is home to an incredible diversity of plant and animal life. If you don´t have time to do our 3-day/2-night trek or our 2-day/1 night adventure in the Biosphere Reserve, you can still enjoy the beauty of the place in one of 2 guided interpretive day hikes:

Reaching for the Sky: We´ll hike as high up the mountain as we can and still get home before dark! Depending on the pace, the walk can take you through the selva Baja caducifolia – desert scrub - up through lush reserves of oak forest and pine. Recommended only for experienced walkers.

Riverbed Stroll: This is an easy, flat walk along a lovely riverbed in which you are surrounded by magnificent flora and fauna. At certain times of the year we encounter a waterfall. This can be as long or as short a hike as you like; we typically take about 4 hours with no climbing and just a small amount of walking over boulders. 
 
Prices: Sierra day hikes are US$75/person for 2-3 people and $65/person for 4 or more people. The price includes trailhead transportation, park permit, bilingual naturalist guide who is a certified Wilderness First Responder, and picnic lunch.