The Termales de la Azufrosa hot springs offers a large pool indoors and several other small private indoor and outdoor pools for up to six people. The water temperature is extremely hot!
The Zona Archeologica Boca de Potrerillos is an archeological site less than an hour north of Potrero Chico. It is one of the highest concentrations of petroglyphs from prehistoric times in the world and they all can be found within a short walk up a hill. Follow the main highway in front of Hidalgo, 53, […]
Culo De Gato (Cat’s Ass) is a cliff located about a half-hour’s drive from Potrero Chico and is home to a sizable cave and routes that are a bit steeper than most of the Potrero fair. Climbs tend toward the more difficult side of the grade spectrum. There is however a handful of easier routes […]
La Huasteca is the first climbing area in Monterrey only 15 minutes from the city. With nearly 200 bolted routes with grades from 5.8 to 5.13C, it is the favorite place for weekend climbers. It is also known for the slippery type of limestone from which it is comprised, and which makes climbing seem more […]
A fairly new climbing gym in Monterrey that has a small gear shop.
Today only an old Spanish mission, Hacienda del Muerto is a former agricultural and livestock ranch which also served as fort during many successful battles. Located near Mina on the dirt road to the Hot Springs and dates back to over 400 years ago. Parts of the mission are in ruins from the Mexican revolution.
The geology/archeological museum of Mina, a short drive from Potrero Chico (30 min?), features wooly mammoth bones excavated in the desert nearby as well as many different periods in Mexican history.
Huge caves located outside the small town of García, abour an hour from Potrero. Features impressive rock formations or stalagmites and stalactites. You can either hike up to the entrance of the cave or take a tram.