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plenty of parking, road a bit rough last ~1.5 kms but totally doable on 2wd sedan if not wet. there is a palapa here, fire pit with few benches, empty house (fairly clean) to hide from bad weather with a tent. no cell phone signal (neither telcel nor bait)
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The road is as described. Not bad until the last half mile. You approach a steep hill with bad ruts filled with large rocks. We backed down and turned around.
there are places to camp below. which we intended to do. However, a wild fire started on the next mountain east. At that point we felt it safer to leave. We were sad to leave but even sadder was the beautiful forest being destroyed quickly. No one fighting the blaze. We saw some lovely birds. One trogon and bridled titmouse.