Peña de Bernal ranks as the second largest monoliths in the world, towering over the town and affording views across the countryside. Many people come to hike the rock. If that's your plan, consider setting off early, as the hiking can be difficult in the heat of the day. Be sure to wear strong boots, and bring water, sunblock, and your camera. Grab a bite at the restaurant or bar on your return. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Peña de Bernal by using our Queretaro City trip itinerary maker site.
Peña de Bernal reviews
Amazing, although a little difficult and dangerous to climb. We did it with normal sneakers, though if you have them I recommend shoes with good traction as you will DEFINITELY need them. We had a... more »
Easy Hiking track, with a terrific view of the landscape! Cheap and a vera good event to half a day! more »
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