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Hotel Rancho
Est. Posada, MX 33421
TRN STN Km 622, Copper Canyon
Phone: +52 (668) 812-1613
Fax: +52 (668) 812-0046
E-mail: info@hotelesbalderrama.com
Manager: Mary Cruz Mancinas
WEBSITE: Hotel Rancho
TOLL FREE: 1800 896-8196 | 1888 528-8401

An hour's train ride from Cerocahui-Bahuichivo's train station, on the old El Madroño Ranch —part of the rich history of the colonization of this vast Tarahumara country— is the newly refurbished Rancho Hotel.

From a rocking chair on one of the long porches you can relax and enjoy watching the many colorfull birds in the hotel's gardens, surrounding vineyards and orchards. Enjoy a happy hour in the beautiful lobby and bar with its welcoming fireplace, or savor a delicious meal.

Guided horseback trail rides are a perfect way to enjoy the glorious scenery and there are daily tours available to a nearby Tarahumara village or to Creel for a visit to the museum or to shop for Tarahumara arts and crafts.

Room Types Offered:

Hotel Rancho features 23 rooms with a charming Mexican Hacienda decor.


Express Check-out, Room Service, Free Parking, Handicapped Accessible Rooms, Non-smoking Rooms, Meeting Facilities, Laundry/Valet Service, Tour Desk/Concierge, Satellite Television, Luggage Storage, Currency Exchange.

Hotel Rancho Posada Barrancas & Convention Center:
200 person capacity convention center for corporate, business and special events.
On-Site Dining:

Bar/Lounge, Restaurant.

Cancellation Policy:
Cancel 3 days prior to arrival to avoid a penalty of one night's room and tax.
Guarantee Policy:
Credit card guarantee is required.
Area Attractions:

Wakajípare: a moderate to difficult hike on a new trail takes you to the Tarahumara Ranch of Wakajípare. Approximately 5 miles round trip, or 4 hours.

Urique River: for the more adventurous, a difficult hike will take you to the Urique River, at the bottom of Copper Canyon. Arrive at Wakajípare village first and then go on to the river. Approximately 12 miles round trip — it takes about 16 hours with overnight camping.

Areponapuchic: visit the church and school at the nearby village of Areponapuchic. Visitors are welcome. A one hour easy walk on a gravel road.

Cueva del Chino: one hour of easy switch-back walking takes you to a Tarahumara Home called "Cueva del Chino".

El Puerto Overlook: trek to El Puerto Overlook of Cooper Canyon and Tararecua Canyon for Tarahumara rancho sites and spectacular views of he canyon — 3 miles round trip, about 2 hours.

Divisadero Overlook: visit the Divisadero Overlook of the Tararecua and Copper Canyons. Crafts from all over Mexico are sold here. The village of Areponapuchic is included in the 2 hours tour. Divisadero is also a 4.8 mile round trip walk on the road — 2 and a half hours, moderate hike.

Creel: ride to the town of Creel and the valley of the Mushroom Rocks, Lake Arareko, Cusárare Mission, Cusárare Falls and Tarahumara cave homes — 6 hours on all pave roads. [See: Copper Canyon Tours]

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