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Old 11-20-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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Guadalupe Canyon - Baja California, MX

I made a quick run down to Guadalupe Canyon yesterday. It is about 50 miles southwest of Mexicali and is a very easy run; it doesn't require 4X4, just clearance. There are lots of trails off this area that provide plenty of heavy trailing but that is not what I am into. I bought my JK to take me easily to places like this and provide a fun daily driver. There are hot springs and camping down there and it is a fantastic oasis. The cost to camp is about $50 per night depending on the deal you make.

Enjoy the pics. I encourage any of you to make the run down there. Lots of fun to be had.
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Old 11-21-2011, 02:56 PM   #2
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Nice, what do you need to cross the border these days? , more importantly what do you need to get back?

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Old 11-21-2011, 05:02 PM   #3
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You are supposed to have a passport but there are some that still go with just a driver's license. It will take a bunch of extra time if that is what you do. I have a Sentri pass so the time is quick.
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Great pics! I went with my Jeep club in 2004. We packed 15 Jeeps in Guadalupe Canyon and ran Cañon El Mano in between soaking in the hot water pools and playing with our Jeeps.

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What a fun place to visit!!
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Nice! I've been there a few times. Its got to be three most expensive camping in Mexico but its pretty damn cool!
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