RatUnion 2017 - in Tamasopo!
When: Oct 20, 21
Where: Tamasopo, San Luis Potosi
Location: 21.953480, -99.390535
Who: ALL AREM MEMBERS (plus guest)
It will take place in Cabañas San Sebastian
Tamasopo is located in the State of San Luis Potosi, with an elevation of 1,200ft. Tamasopo is a very well-known place for its waterfalls and its natural beauty, here you will find the perfect weather for this reunion. There’s breathtaking waterfalls on site. Just to get there is fun, riding the “libre” road, you will have fun riding the curves.
There’s 2 options for lodging, one you can rent a cabin and two you can rent a space to camp, all in the same place.
There are 14 available cabins, each cabin has 2 matrimonial size beds.
Cabin for 2 people - $800.00
Cabin for 4 people -$1,000.00
Please fill out the form on this page
Elena "La Loca" Stack
Alejandro Gabriel Medrano
Arredondo Lourdes Fabiola
Jose Arturo Gonzalez Leon
Felix Baca Azansa
Cabañas San SebastianLocation: Carretera Tamasopo - Agua Buena km. 3.6, Tamasopo, S.L.P.
Tel: 449 111 2804 (Elena - English Speaking)
Tel: 449 111 2804 (Marco - English and Spanish Speaking)
Por favor, llene el formulario de la página para reservas
Google Map = 21.953480, -99.390535
Remember... this is an event for Asphalt Rats MEMBERS ONLY!
If you are NOT a member, you can only attend as a "guest" from an Asphalt Rats member who is attending.
This will be a great party!
What to do in Tamasopo and the area
The meeting will be held on Friday, October 20 and Saturday October 21, to leave on Sunday October 22, if you have time there are more places that you cannot miss, among these places are:
- Tamasopo Falls (which we will visit on the 21st)
- Puente de Dios (located 3kms from Tamasopo)
You can also do the Amigomoto's Huasteca Loop which includes the following:
Starting at: Tamasopo, San Luis Potosi
First Stop: Tamul waterfall, here you can get a trip to the waterfall on a canoe 21.794961, -99.138937
The Tamul waterfall is a waterfall in Mexico, the largest waterfall in the state of San Luis Potosí, at the top of the Santa Maria River canyon, 300 m deep. The Tamul waterfall is 105 meters high and is located to the north of the municipality of Aquismón, about 45 minutes from Ciudad Valles.
Second Stop: Cave of the Swallows 21.599496, -99.099598
The Cave of Swallows, (Spanish: Sótano de las Golondrinas), is an open air pit cave in the Municipality of Aquismón, San Luis Potosí, Mexico. The elliptical mouth, on a slope, is 49 by 62 m wide and is undercut around all of its perimeter, widening to a room approximately 303 by 135 meters (994 by 442 ft) wide. The floor of the cave is a 333-meter (1092 ft) freefall drop from the lowest side of the opening, with a 370-meter (1,214 ft) drop from the highest side, making it the largest known cave shaft in the world, the second deepest pit in Mexico and perhaps the 11th deepest in the world.
Third Stop: Xilitla - visiting the Edward James Castle. 21.396036, -98.996698
This peculiar site located in the Magic Village of Xilitla in San Luis Potosí, is a garden drawn from a fairy tale that adds motifs, data and beauty to visit it.
Can you imagine going up and down stairs that do not take you anywhere or through doors that lead you to the void? This place of delirious architecture is not only real, but also located in the thick jungle of the Huasteca Potosina, where travelers can admire the more than 35 sculptures taken from the fantastic imagination of the poet Edward James, a man who Was born in Scotland in 1907 and arrived in San Luis Potosí to build an imposing work of art that today is a jewel.
Fourth Stop: Bernal 20.741405, -99.942289
Peña de Bernal (in English: Bernal's Boulder or Bernal Peak) is a 433 m (1,421 ft) tall monolith, one of the tallest in the world. Peña de Bernal is located in San Sebastián Bernal, a small town in the Mexican state of Querétaro.
The porphyritic monolith was thought to have been formed 65 million years ago, during the Jurassic period. A recent chemical analysis by researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico has determined that it is considerably younger, likely formed about 8.7 million years ago.
Many people perform a pilgrimage to the small chapel located at the highest point accessible through hiking.