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Dinamita

  • Grade context: US
  • Photos: 31
  • Ascents: 467
  • Aka: Sierra del Sarnoso

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Description

Boulders. It's better if you go during the winter since Summer is extremely hot (30C-45C).

Access issues

Libre Acceso, No dejes basura, llevate todo lo que traes contigo. El papel de baño tambien. Todo es TODO.

Free Access Don´t litter, take out everything you bring. Even toilet paper. Everything means EVERY THING.

Approach

El camino de terraseria esta en muy buenas condiciones, si comienzas a batallar para pasar seguramente estas en el camino de alguna cantera abandonada.

The dirt road is in great condition, if you are having trouble you´re probably off to an abandoned quarry.

Where to stay

Puedes acampar en cualquier lugar o Torreon Coahuila , Gomez Palacio o Lerdo Durango.

Ethic

NO LLEVARSE cactus, animales ni nada que te paresca bonito o genial. Dejalo que sea bonito aquí. Si encuentras vestigios arquelógicos, dejalso en su lugar.

DO NOT take cacti, animals or anything that you may find cool and or beautiful. Let it be beautiful here. If you find arqueological vestiges, leave them where they are.

History

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Se han registrado 401 especies, 83 de ellas reconocidas en la NOM-059-SEMARNAT en alguna categoría de riesgo; de las cuales 29 son endémicas, 3 exclusivas del área casi en peligro de extinción. Se destacan el grupo de las cactáceas y los reptiles (5 especies de víboras de cascabel);

There are 401 registered species, 83 of them in some risk category; 29 of those are endemic to the area, 3 are exclusive to this area and are close to being endangered. Most noted are a group of cacti and reptiles (this is the only place in the world where 5 different species of Rattle snakes coexist).

Es común encontrar vestigios arqueológicos en el área. Tales como pinturas rupestres, morteros, puntas de flecha, etc. Estos son los únicos vestigios que nos quedan de los grupos nómadas que habitaron la región por MILES de años antes de la llegada de exploradores y colonizadores sedentarios. Todos los grupos nómadas fueron exterminados de la región en un periodo de 200 años. Muertos en batalla, muertos por enfermedad o esclavizados y enviados a Cuba y otras islas.

It's common to find arquelogical vestiges in the area. The likes of pictographs, mortars, arrowheads, etc. These are the only vestiges left from the nomad groups that inhabited the region for THOUSANDS of years before the arrival of sedentary explorers and settlers. All the nomad groups were exterminated in a 200 year period. Dead in battle, dead from disease o enslaved and sent to Cuba and other islands.

Libros Recomendados: -La gente del mezquite: Los nomadas el noreste en la colonia (lo encuentras en internet en formato pdf) -La Ruta del Horror (lo puedes comprar en librerías o internet)

Recommended Books (the titles are translated but you can only find them in Spanish): -Mezquite People: Nomads from the northeast during colonialism. (easily found online as a downloadable pdf). -The Route of Horrors (you can buy it at books stores and online)

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