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Hike at Nevado de Toluca Volcano

Highlights
  • Experience Mexico’s fourth-highest peak on a full-day outing
  • Hike Nevado de Toluca with a guide and small group of adventurers
  • Trekking poles and accident insurance included for your safety and security
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Hike at Nevado de Toluca Volcano
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Overview
Hike Mexico’s fourth tallest peak, the 13,000-foot (4,000-meter) Nevado de Toluca, with the help of a mountain guide. Explore this extinct volcano, its twin lakes, and spectacular scenery during a full-day adventure. Trekkers must be healthy, in appropriate shape, and equipped with hiking boots for this nearly 5-mile (8-kilometer) hike. For your security, trekking poles and accident insurance are included in the tour cost.
What to Expect
We will start this adventure at 6:00 am, so we can have a nice weather in the mountain.
The day hiking to Nevado de Toluca includes round trip transportation from Mexico city or Toluca.
You will be accompanied by a specialized mountain guide, this will let you enjoy the hiking into the crater of the Volcano.
The hike is about 7 kilometers and begin at 4000 meters above sea level, so this is a sport activity that requires a good physical condition.
We include trekking poles and accident insurance.
You will need Hiking boots.
Also you will have a box lunch and a nice grilled steak in Toluca City.
We will be back in Mexico City around 7:00 pm
If you choose our tour from Monday to Friday,  we will start at 5:00 am, so we can avoid traffic when leaving Mexico City.
Reviews (18)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Challenging and Amazing

Carlos was an amazing guide who really has a passion for the outdoors and is a thoughtful guide. Ecotura was very communicative a week before we went on the trip. Please check them out if you want to do this trek!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank C3875JWpaulk
Reviewed 3 December 2018
Hiking Nevado de Toluca Lagunas

Everything was well-organised and the guides were very experienced. Safety was a priority, and the guides made sure that we ascended slowly so that we avoided the effects of being at high altitude. I would definitely recommend this company and this trip - the views...More

Date of experience: December 2018
2  Thank ClarieFairy
Reviewed 5 November 2018 via mobile
Great hiking/climbing experience

icouldn't ask for better experience. The guides and the group were amazing, the views are unreal. We had snowy ground for most of the trail, which was challenging, some of the participant had to stop and go back at some point which was totally fine...More

1  Thank tamerkh169
Reviewed 30 October 2018
Hike at Nevado de Toluca Volcano

I highly recommend Ecotura for hiking Nevado De Toluca Volcano. The guides were very professional and reassuring during the hike upward. Their experience showed and a well planned hike was completed. Transportation and meals were good as well.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank timothyz312
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile
Great hiking experience in Nevado de Toluca

Ecotura offers the best hiking experience in Mexico. They're very well organized and professional. Always on time and always concerned about your safety, which makes the activities more delightful. My last adenveture was to climb the summit of Nevado de Toluca with a group of...More

2  Thank Vic B
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Mobile42140987893
13 January 2019|
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Response from Ecotura | Property representative |
Hi! To do the hike around lagoons which is available by TripAdvisor you can do it with tennis shoes.
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Ellie T
2 December 2018|
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Response from Adam S |
This is not a hike to the summit of the mountain. This is a hike to the lakes.
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