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mexico haciendas and trekking trip with Mountain Madness

Mexico Trekking Peaks & Haciendas

Hiking, unique haciendas, and rich food and culture in the heart of Mexico

Some trips its all about the climb­ing or trekking; oth­ers the food, or the places you stay; or the cul­ture. But, on this Mex­i­co adven­ture its about all of these! With three walk-up hik­ing peaks to climb up to 14,764 foot / 4,500 meter, the cul­ture of Mex­i­co City, and three incred­i­ble 16th cen­tu­ry hacien­das care­ful­ly cho­sen to ensure at the end of each day you’ll unwind and relax in old school Mex­i­co, you’ll find your­self chal­lenged by the days climbs and enjoy­ing the unique ambiance and deli­cious food of these places.

For those think­ing of climb­ing Kil­i­man­jaro, Aconcagua, or just want to get some more high alti­tude expe­ri­ence in a short peri­od of time, this is the trip! Your first objec­tive is in the Nation­al Park, which lies with­in Mex­i­co City, and includes a climb up meter San Miguel. Start­ing in pine for­est (yes, there is an incred­i­ble for­est just out­side the city), you’ll end up on the 12,336 foot / 3760 sum­mit and on a clear day see the vol­ca­noes Popo and Ixtza. Then its off to the 14,764 foot / 4,500 meter lev­el on Ixtza where you can take in the views of Pico de Oriz­a­ba, the 3rd high­est peak in North Amer­i­ca. And to cap it all off is the sum­mit of the La Mal­inche at 14,646 feet / 4464 meters. 


  • Mex­i­co Trekking Peaks & Haciendas

    $3,550 – 7 days

  • Sin­gle Sup­ple­ment (I want my own room) – $450

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  • Mex­i­co Trekking Peaks & Haciendas


    7 days

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High point: 14,764 feet / 4,500 meters

Three peaks


Par­tic­i­pants will need to be in good phys­i­cal con­di­tion. No climb­ing expe­ri­ence need­ed- ascents are non-tech­ni­cal walking. 

Short trips with beginner climbs and walk-ups