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CAMPING BARES TRIP TO...

Cañón de
Guadalupe

Baja California, México

PRESIDENTS DAY WEEKEND
February 12-15, 1999



teve Margolin led the Camping Bares' sixth Presidents Day Weekend campout at Cañón de Guadalupe. This spectacular, remote canyon, is an oasis of palm trees, huge granite boulders, waterfalls, caves, and natural hot springs.

uadalupe Canyon is situated on the east slope of the Sierra de Juarez Mountains of northern Baja Calif., 55 miles S.W. of Mexicali, B.C. The privately owned campground is developed with a number of secluded hot-tub campsites, picnic tables, fire rings, flush toilets, and a small store.

Hot Pool at Guadalupe Canyon e had a great time, perfect weather, and a great group--with participants traveling from as far as Northern California, Arizona and Indiana. Bares enjoyed exploring Guadalupe Canyon, had bar-b-ques and campfires, and soaked in the exquisite hot-spring pools.

n Saturday we had our traditional potluck Mexican feast, complete with margaritas. Sunday's planned drive-and-hike into nearby Carrizo Canyon was cancelled, so we all enjoyed another relaxing day in beautiful Cañón de Guadalupe.

LINKS TO RELATED SITES:

Guadalupe Canyon -- The Official Web Site
Flirting with a Mexican Virgin -- Trip Report, Photos
Hot Tubs in Paradise -- Description, Directions
Definitive Guides to Hot Springs -- Recommended Reading
Baja California Peninsula Map
Local Weather -- as observed in Mexicali, B.C.
CNN AccuWeather Satellite Image


Click Here for The Camping Bares he Camping Bares, a naturist travel and camping club founded in 1976, is based in San Diego, and has members and activities throughout So. Calif. and surrounding areas. It is affiliated with the Naturist Society, a national organization dedicated to educating in body acceptance, and promoting clothing-optional lifestyles and recreational sites.

Click Here for Todos Santos Island teve Margolin also leads camping expeditions to Isla de Todos Santos, a small uninhabited island located about 12 miles off of Ensenada, B.C. Bares enjoy exploring the island, skinny-dipping and snorkeling, bar-b-ques and campfires. The last trip was over Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 4-7, 1998.


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