Cross Puente Ojuela and Slide Down a Zip Line
Dare yourself to cross the hanging bridge that is almost 6 feet wide. The bridge’s design was inspired by the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Plus, the zip line circuit here is a must. The views of the ravine are breathtaking, and if you brave a look, the bottom is some 328 feet down.
Mina de Ojuela was the world’s second poly-metallic mine, and one of Mexico’s most important mines. It produced silver, gold, copper, lead, zinc, and magnesium. The Camino Real de Tierra Adentro (Royal Road of the Heartland) which ran by here is now a World Heritage Site.
Puente Colgante de Ojuela, Mapimí, Dgo., MéxicoSee map