Markets: Tuesdays and Fridays. The Markets have lots of fresh produce and meat and offer a wide variety of local prepared foods. Be sure to check out the Churros and Elotes.
Leos: Located just down from LA posada. Monday nights he offers all you can eat meat grilled in front of you for $90 ($4.5usd). ***Highly recommended
The best Chicken I've ever eaten.
Faceburger: Hamburgers the size of your face for 80$ served with fries. Ask around for directions, this place is located in a very nice lady's house.
Tamale Esperanza. Just down from the Tuesday market. You can get 12 for $84. The more you buy the cheaper they are but 12 is good for 2 people.
La Posada Nice accommodations. Mediocre food. The food is convenient if your staying here, but the price is higher than most places and the food is bland. Average breakfast 70pesos, dinner 120mxn.
- Lanyard (PAS)
- Belay device for double or twin ropes
- 70 meter rope
- 20 to 30 quickdraws, at least 6 alpine draws
- 4 locking carabiners
- 1 cord loop for a Prusik or kleimheist friction hitch
- 1 mechanical blocker (like a TIBLOC) and a capture pulley (like a MICROTRAXION) to help the second
- Chalk bag
- Climbing shoes
- Lightweight backpack (20 liters)
- Light windbreaker
- First-aid kit
- Topo, map
A note on clothing; we stayed in EPC for 2 weeks and during that time we had 95 degree days and 24 degree nights; choose clothing that can handle a spectrum of conditions.