They take advantage of the cloudy day to go up to know one of the most representative tourist attractions of Mazatlán
Mazatlan Sinaloa.- This Friday dozens of tourists took advantage of the cloudy day in Mazatlán to climb the Lighthouse and enjoy the impressive view of the Mazatlan bay.
Visitors from Durango, Torreón, Guadalajara and the same state of Sinaloa arrived early aboard pneumonia and charioteers to take advantage of the time and make the tour of the Cerro del Crestón.
Some took the opportunity to exercise, but most climbed the 157-meter-high hill to see the glass viewpoint and take souvenir photographs.
Currently, in the Lighthouse there are several hydration points so that people who climb it can rest and refresh.
Among the recommendations made before entering is to wear appropriate and comfortable shoes and clothing, stay hydrated and be vigilant of children.
In addition to having a maximum stay of two hours, avoid going up at times of greater risk of sunstroke (between 11:00 in the morning and 4:00 in the afternoon) and follow the health protocols for Covid-19.
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