by DeeDee and Dave Kelly and Ed Nugent
Hikes, Walks and Explorations
in Loreto, the Sierra Giganta and the surrounding area
Descriptions and maps of over 60 hikes and 20 Mountain Bike Rides
The 2017 Edition is Finished and Ready to Ship!
Loreto has always been known as an aquatic playground for kayakers, scuba divers and fishermen. With the majestic Sierra Giganta Mountain range, hundreds of canyons, arroyos and miles of beautiful shoreline, it is destined to become an avid hiker and adventurer’s paradise as well.
Dave and DeeDee Kelly's first edition of HIKING LORETO described some of the many walks and hikes in the area. In this second edition, they along with Ed Nugent have added over 30 additional hikes and nearly 20 mountain bike rides in this spectacular and remote area.
Hire a Guide! While this book will help you find some great places, hiring a local guide will give you more history and information than any book could possibly offer. And you are helping our locals and the the local economy.
Loreto Guide Said Orozco
Our website will have updates, corrections and new hikes and rides added as we find them. We will also be offering guided hikes with local Loreto Guides.
New Hikes click here!
Concepcion Pinturas, Little Mesquite Canyon, Nopolo Canyon!
Please check HERE for the latest Doctors Point Update.
Please, the desert, mountains and canyons are a special place. This is wilderness, and let's all try and treat it as such. Keep group sizes small, leave as little impact as possible, Carry in-Carry out, be respectful of land owners, livestock and other hikers.
We ship to Canada, Mexico and The U.S.
(note: shipping to Mexico is not always reliable)
The 2017 Hiking Loreto Guidebook is available in Loreto for $400 Pesos ($20.oo U.S.) at:
The Richard Jackson Photo Galeria
On the Plaza next to Mita Gourmet
Located on the south side of Miguel Hidalgo
El Caballo Blanco, Baja Books
Across from Mike's Bar
El Gavilan En Loreto
Located on Miguel Hidalgo across from The Pescador
Pedro's Deli, The Delicatesson
Located on Benito Juarez
Pedro's Deli at Loreto Bay