Tirolesa en Durango
Tirolesa en Durango

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DURANGO

Rancho Molinillos

In Rancho Molinillos, near Otinapa, there is a zip where you can fly over the entire curtain of water from the Salto de Agua Llovida.

This is a beautiful waterfall with a height of 100-meter (328 feet) which is complemented by a huge rainbow when the sun's rays collide with the torrent of the waterfall. The pool at the base of the falls is small, but absolutely magical with a exquisite turquoise color. 

The access to the zip line is through a path where you can enjoy beautiful landscapes including canyons, springs and gorges.

El Pueblito Recreational Park

The park is located 15 minutes from the city of Durango and has an exciting 12-meter (39 feet) zip line with a circuit that runs 120-meter (400 feet).

In addition, the park has a 10-meter (32 feet) high climbing wall, two suspension bridges, beach volleyball courts and children's games.

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Ojuela Bridge

In this old mining town three zip lines in front of the Santa Rita mine cross the canyon parallel to the La Ojuela suspension bridge. Two of the zip lines are 300-meter (984 feet) long, and the other is 450-meter (1,480 feet) long.

The 318-meter (1000 feet) long suspension bridge was built in the early 20th century and from the top you can appreciate the nearly 100-meter (328 feet) deep canyon.

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