Copper Canyon | Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel

For more than a week, Semana Santa (Easter week) celebrations had been occurring in Copper Canyon, Mexico. I was fortunate to attend two of these, one on Palm Sunday in the...

YouTube Video Cerocahui, Mexico. Deep within Mexico's Copper Canyon, faithful worshipers re-enact the twelve stations of the cross on Good Friday, 2010.

For the final days of Semana Santa (Easter Week) celebrations I returned to the village of Cerocahui in Urique Canyon, although this time I stayed atop the rim rather than at...

YouTube Video Cerocahui, Mexico. Deep within Mexico's Copper Canyon, faithful worshipers re-enact the twelve stations of the cross on Good Friday, 2010.

  YouTube Video Cerocahui, Mexico. Deep within Mexico’s Copper Canyon, faithful worshipers re-enact the twelve stations of the cross on Good Friday, 2010.

From the moment I began planning my trip to Mexico’s Copper Canyon (Barrancas del Cobre in Spanish), I knew that visiting the villages of Urique and Batopilas were my top priorities....

The most interesting thing I could find to write about Creel is that it’s home to the worst hostel I’ve ever stayed at. Other than taking a quick stroll through the...