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This time here and can't wait to go back!

It's so isolated and very rarely visited, I strongly suggest going to visit before the secret is... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2018
Dany Z
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Coronado, California
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Observatorio Sierra de San Pedro Martir

Beautiful place, it is about 2,800 mts above sea level in the highest point of the Baja California... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2016
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Feb 25, 2018
“This time here and can't wait to go back!”
Nov 16, 2016
“Observatorio Sierra de San Pedro Martir”
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This national park in northern Baja California is home to the 10,000-foot Devil's Peak (Picacho del Diablo), with its astronomical observatory at its summit, as well as more than 150,000 acres of pine grove.
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Reviewed 26 February 2018 via mobile

It's so isolated and very rarely visited, I strongly suggest going to visit before the secret is out! This is one of my favorite locations on the planet and the observatory, plus the scientists who work there and rangers who run the park are all...More

Thank Dany Z
Reviewed 16 November 2016

Beautiful place, it is about 2,800 mts above sea level in the highest point of the Baja California Peninsula at this point you can see from one side the Pacific Ocean and on the other side Mar de Cortez and Sonora´s coastline. At this place...More

3  Thank aruiz7003
Reviewed 5 October 2015 via mobile

It's hard to find detailed info for this place, here is the what I got. First, you must reserve a camp site or cabin. Cabins are comfortable and camp sites are among the best anywhere all in large flat areas w fire rings and well...More

31  Thank Dany Z
Reviewed 17 March 2015

The tallest mountain in Baja, so close to the US border, easy to explore, nearly untouched by tourism. --- I almost hate writing this review, because now it won't be the best kept secret in Baja.

10  Thank Colleen P
Reviewed 3 December 2014 via mobile

You wanna get away? I mean really, really away? Load up your truck with at least two spare tires (wheels and everything, not just uninflated tires) a couple cases of beer and some grub, and head to this barely on the map high Sierra. We...More

13  Thank Mark H
Reviewed 2 September 2013

These are mountains unlike any others I have visited. The road into the park is long and narrow but good - figure about 2 hours from the main highway to the top. The road starts at sea level and rises to about 9,000 feet in...More

8  Thank collins_p
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