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Our regulation



  1. Appropriate behavior befitting a familiar and friendly environment is expected of all visitors. Unruly, disruptive or offensive conduct is strictly prohibited. Please avoid effusive displays of affection with your partner as you are in a family park.

  2. We ask to maintain a dress in accordance with the family atmosphere and cordiality. Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times on the premises. Clothing or in manner that is offensive or graphic to the general public is not permitted in the park.

  3. Language, out of respect for children and other visitors, WE WILL MODERATE the use of profanity within the park, as well as obscene language in general.

  4. In favor of the conservation of the place and even if there are personnel responsible for cleaning, littering is prohibited and we encourage its collection.

  5. For the well-being of our visitors and the conservation of our fauna, no firearm or weapon of any kind is allowed.

  6. The introduction and use of narcotics or any type of drug, both in the facilities and in the green areas of the park is prohibited, and whoever is caught will be penalized and will be referred to the corresponding authorities.

  7. Alcoholic beverages are not welcome for the well-being of the atmosphere and the focus of the same project.

  8. All activities are recommended to be carried out during the day, since some risks are potentiated at night.

  9. The fires will be made in the designated area of Campfire in family coexistence.

  10. Carry your proof of payment and income at all times, since you will be required inside and if you do not have it, you will have to make the payment again in the administrative area or leave the facilities.

  11. Protect the past, archaeological areas and artifacts and all park resources are protected by law.  If you find artifacts, relics, archaeological remains or evidence of illegal collection, please notify any staff at the park.

  12. Do not feed any wild animals, let them live in natural conditions for their protection and yours.  Rodents can be carriers of insects and diseases. Pets must  be kept on a leash or leash at all times.

  13. Nature presents dangers: falling trees, rolling rocks, deep ravines unidentifiable to the naked eye, unstable terrain and wild animals.  You are responsible for your own safety. If necessary obtain first aid at the visitor centers.

  14. The user who mutilates or mistreats any good or material owned by the park, in use or on loan, will be sanctioned with the payment of the current cost of the same, and the application of other disciplinary measures may be considered.

  15. Any user who is caught stealing any material owned by the park will be definitively expelled, regardless of sending it to the corresponding authority.

  16. For the benefit of our visitors and the environment (High Risk of Fire), we consider that it is preferable not to smoke, but if necessary, do so with the greatest care in designated areas, trying not to affect other visitors or the environment. collecting and carrying with all the cigarette butts to dispose of them in a suitable place.

  17. Courses, training and practices are taught by the Organization and any other will be accepted only with prior authorization, surprising anyone who handles these practices without permission will be expelled and will obtain a sanction.

Visitor Safety is our highest priority. In addition to the Policies and Regulations, all visitors without exception must abide by local, state and federal laws. Any offender of these will be expelled from the park and if necessary will be recorded with the authorities.


Your responsibility code:


  • You and only you are responsible for yourself, be aware of your limitations and your knowledge and do not exceed them.


  • Always check your equipment and make sure you have what you need to carry out your activities, if it is not complete, do not try to carry out the activity, approach the park staff and perhaps you could have what you need for sale or rent.


  • Rattlesnakes and some other poisonous animals are very common in these parks, make sure to watch where you put your foot and hand, for this we recommend not leaving the designated trails.



Our commitment is and always will be the conservation of nature, the creation of a proactive culture that is environmentally sustainable,  socially just, and  spiritually full.




  • Bernal Access

    • Friday to Sunday

    • 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.


  • Ranch Access

    • Monday to Sunday

    • 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.



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By making the payment of your ticket and entering, you accept and agree to respect all the points of the regulation or else you will be expelled and depending on the seriousness of the infraction, the sanction will be issued. Both accesses will be open on holidays with the same hours.


Payment must be made at the entrance y  in the administration area, there will be no discounts outside of those established without exception.



Solo Climbing FORBIDDEN!! / Not Soloing.

SOnly Climbing is allowed on authorized and indicated routes & problems. 

Any opening of the road must be previously requested and approved by the technical and administrative council.

 Climbing is your responsibility and you must carry all the equipment and knowledge prior to your ascent.

Only certified and correspondingly trained service providers, registered and with the pertinent payment will be allowed to operate in the area. 

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We love nature, life and our parks, we hope that the next generations can still enjoy their majesty and beauty. That is why we and many of thehe best parks in the world we believe so strongly in outdoor ethics and the  philosophy of Leave No Trace(SM) Help us be good stewards of our park by following these seven basic principles of Leave No Trace( YE).


  1. Plan ahead and be prepared

A little preparation can help greatly reduce your impact on the environment. Plan your trip to avoid sensitive areas, know in advance any special permits, and travel in small groups to reduce impact. Small steps like repackaging food and wearing the proper gear you'll need to stay warm (extra clothing etc.) without having to light a fire, help minimize evidence of your passing.



2. Travel and field on durable surfaces

To leave less of a trail in the places we explore, travel and camp in designated, durable spaces, including pavement, rock, gravel, dry grass, and snow. In crowded areas, stick to established trails and campsites to concentrate the impact and preserve the surroundings. In places where few people go, spread out to disperse their impact, and avoid areas where the impact is visible.


3. Waste management

It is essential to maintain the beauty of our parks to collect all the things you brought and take them with you. Learn the tricks to minimize the amount of garbage you will create in nature. On short trips, use the designated restrooms before you start, and on longer ones, learn about your options along the way. Carry all waste with you until its possible disposal in an appropriate way.


4. Leave what you find

Flowers, rocks, animals, flints among others so that everyone can admire and enjoy it. Especially in high-traffic areas, if everyone took “just one” there would soon be nothing for those who come after.



5. Minimize fire impacts

You can minimize the impact of a campfire by bringing a stove for cooking, and keeping fires small and in existing, designated fire spots when necessary.


6. Respect for wildlife

Sharing nature with the animals that live there is a particularly gratifying experience and you see a delicate balance. Chasing an animal to get that perfect photo, or luring them closer with their lunch, destroys that balance and endangers wildlife. Protect wildlife by maintaining a healthy distance and keeping your food safe. Bringing our pets also affects us significantly.


7. Be considerate of other visitors

In addition to fauna, we also share nature with other visitors. Some ways you can lessen the impact on other visitors are: avoiding loud voices, music, or noises, learning and following designated trails, and avoiding camping in undesignated areas

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