Great camping and DIY hot springs (behind the dam). If you want to hike, go up the canyon about 20 minutes until you see a palapa structure up the hill on the south side. Follow the trail up to that (be careful of wasp nests) or keep going up the *steep* canyon wall until you get to a T. I went right and followed the trail for about 3 miles before I lost it when it came back down in to the arroyo. After that, follow the cow paths at your own risk and leave yourself some breadcrumbs to find your way back out. Also skip Santa Rita hot springs for this one instead.

Blog: checkered.dan

Place: El Chorro

Visited: February 4th, 2017

Location: 23.44080, -109.80577


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