Backpacking in Mexico

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Bradt Publications, 1997 - Travel - 248 pages
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A comprehensive new guide to Mexico's long- and short-distance hiking trails and volcanoes. Written especially for the American backpacker by an experienced and intrepid explorer, the guide includes thorough information on getting around by public transport, and accommodation advice for off-the-beaten-track areas.

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Contents

CONTENTS
1
Chapter Two The People
25
Chapter Three Preparations
31
Chapter Four Health and Safety
41
Chapter Five On the Road
61
PART Two HIKING GUIDE
81
Chapter Seven The Yucatan Peninsula
89
Chapter Eight Chiapas and the Southwest
115
Chapter Nine Central Mexico the Volcanoes Puebla
145
Chapter Ten The Sierra Madre Oriental
167
Chapter Eleven The Sierra Madre Occidental
181
Chapter Twelve Baja California
211
APPENDICES
239
Index
246
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About the author (1997)

Tim Burford studied languages at Oxford University. He first visited East-Central Europe in 1988 and has travelled widely in the region ever since. Dan Richardson started as an author at Rough Guides in 1984 and has travelled extensively in Russia and Eastern Europe.

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