The Silent Hike – Full Day

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Duration: 8 Hours – Private Indian Guided Hike – Full Day

Flat Price: $116USD (1-2 people)

Per Person Price: $58USD (3 People Or More)

Highlights: Visit the trails around Creel, walking with a Raramuri Indian


This 8 hour private, Rarámuri Indian guided hike will take you on the trails around the San Ignacio Valley that most people do not have time to see. The trails taken will depend on your hiking skill level and how much up and down you can manage. Your Rarámuri Indian guide will only speak Spanish, but the idea is to not speak at all on this hike and just immerse yourself into the area around you as seen through the Indian’s perspective.

Most Rarámuri do not speak much as a rule as they find words to be treacherous. Instead, they prefer to feel the energy around them in their world and do not get excited, angry or impatient. Feel yourself relaxing and letting go of all your perceived stress as you commune with the calm and peaceful energy of your Indian guide, walking silently through the San Ignacio Ejido and listen to the earth breathe in and out.

To learn more about the Rarámuri Indians and their culture, please visit our Rarámuri Indian page on this website.


Duration:Duration: 8 hours – Private, Fully Guided Raramuri Indian Hike

Pick up location: Start location: Creel, Chihuahua

Drop off location:End location: Creel, Chihuahua



  • Raramuri Indian Guide
  • Silence


NOT Included:

  • Meals
  • Any personal items
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips
  • Raramuri toll booth fees that are paid directly to the Indians should you cross onto their lands near one of their toll booths.



  • Wear comfortable walking shoes
  • We recommend you bring a bottle of water and a snack
  • Bring small change or small bills so you can purchase hand-made crafts and souvenirs from the Raramuri people.
  • Please bring sunblock and a hat as you will be above 7,000 feet and one burns easily this high up
  • Please note that this private hike has a base price for 2 people. If you do not have 2 people in your traveling party, you will simply pay the base rate that is listed on the overview tab.
  • Please see our Cancellation Policy before booking.

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