The Pleistocene in Talpa de Allende

Talpa de Allende, Jalisco

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The ancient vegetation of the maple forest, with mature maple or maple trees and arborescent ferns, are evidence of species which migrated from North America 23 million years ago in the Miocene geological period; a natural refuge where dozens of tree species coexist. 


MARVEL AT A CHARMED FOREST AND GET TO KNOW THE COMMUNITY


In the Ojo de Agua del Cuervo glen an unusual magical landscape appears before the eyes. It is an enchanted forest between ravines, slopes, and maple trees narrating a prehistoric heritage discovered a few years ago.
Go through the tree walls and, as you walk, listen to the noise of dry leaves under your feet as you observe the ocher reddish color drawing the visitor's path towards distant scenarios. Feel the slow fall of colored leaves and marvel at the sound caused by the friction of the wriggling trees foliage.


FEEL MOISTURE ON YOUR SKIN


Stop and look at giant ferns with long arms and feel their wet presence drain down your face in crystalline drops. The foggy forest stalks every step to cover the view with white veils and catch your senses.
Remember its mysterious beauty.