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Address: Durango, Mexico

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The best of trip from Mazatlan

Out of about 50 bridges and 70 tunnels on the way from Mazatlan to Durango this is one of the most fascinating proof of Mexican road, bridges and tunnels expertice. Sometimes... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2016
Lewis S
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 23 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 November 2016

Out of about 50 bridges and 70 tunnels on the way from Mazatlan to Durango this is one of the most fascinating proof of Mexican road, bridges and tunnels expertice. Sometimes scary byt always fascinating.

3 Thank Lewis S
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 27 helpful votes
Reviewed 17 July 2015

Located en route to Mapimi Durango, there is a small cabin where you pay your entry fee. Once you reach the stone road, the experience begins. The mining town is located up and in the middle of a mountanous ridge, so riding the steep store road is a great sighseeing experience. Once you reach, to the abandoned ghost mining town,... More 

4 Thank Akenathon
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 185 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 February 2015

This bridge is unbelievable. "The Ojuela Bridge or the Mapimi Bridge (Puente de Ojuela, Spanish name) is a suspension bridge located in Mapimí, in the Mexican state of Durango, at the site of the Ojuela Mine. The Ojuela Bridge was built by the firm of John A. Roebling Sons Company, New York. Completed in 1898 the bridge was restored as... More 

5 Thank Yves D
Oaxaca, Mexico
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 45 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 September 2013

My trip to Ojuela brigde and Mapimi was one of the most memorable trips in Mexico. It wasn't easy to get there independently but it was well worth it. Hotels are hard to find in Mapimi. You have to ask people around because there aren't any hotel signs and hardly any tourists stay in Mapimi. But if you do have... More 

4 Thank viajerothai
Bangor, Maine
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61 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 45 helpful votes
Reviewed 6 March 2013

I was looking forward to seeing this bridge that Tripadvisor has located near Durango. It is actually close to Torreon, a good 150 miles from the city of Durango.

8 Thank Bill E
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 15 helpful votes
Reviewed 28 July 2012

A ghost town with a lot of history, it is amazing the history here and the tallest/longest walking suspension bridge maybe in the world. The Tours inside the mine are amazing. a must see if you are in the area...

5 Thank Fhernny

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