Stelios Valtzis

Stelios Valtzis

From Honey To Tlacuilotepec. This is is a very scenic impressive tropical lush and forest road offering great views of waterfalls, mountain cliffs, canyons mission churches and more. Starting at Honey at an elevation of 2.140 masl, the road dramatically descends into
Road 105 from Pachuca To Mineral del Monte. This old road connects the two cities offering spectacular views of Pachuca city from above.
Set high in the Sierra Madre Oriental range, the road is totally paved. It’s called Ruta 150 (from Tehuacan To Orizaba road). It’s said to be the most dangerous highway in Veracruz state. The road features sharp curves and steep slopes. Beware of the road signage
From Orizabita To La Lagunita. Starting at Orizabita (1.900m), the road dramatically ascends to La Lagunita (2.770m above the sea level) in just 6 kilometers. This road offers great view of Ixmiquilpan valley and desert mountains.
The natural beauty of this area is spectacular, full of pine trees, rock formations and even mountain resort historic towns that once were XIX century mines, open to public for visit. This area is prone to sudden weather changes and fog, snow or constant rain
Grutas del Rosario is a cave in Mexico.
This drive offers scenic views of the desert mountains, mines and colonial city of Zacatecas, Guadalupe City and Vetagrande township. There are several attractions along the way such as overview points, colonial churches, museum, observatory and even an cable car tram (cableway) that communicates Cerro de la Buda to Cerro del Grillo where a tourist mine is located. This road also offers stunning views of the adjacent valleys of Zacatecas city, such to Calera and towards Guadalupe. The highest point of this road is near Vetagrande at 2.680 meters above sea level, where a pass and dirt overview is located.
Camino a Bustamante is an asphalted road linking the town of Bustamante and the Mexico 101 highway in Tamaulipas state, in Mexico. This road offers great views of the adjacent desert valleys in a series of hairpinned curves gaining an elevation of 500 meters (from 1300 to 1800m).
Next to the Autopista Monterrey-Saltillo is located a private access residential area called El Jonuco (road is accessible but not the residential area), located at 1.700m (5,577ft) above the sea level in the mountains of Sierra Las Cumbres. The road starts at Autopista Monterrey-Saltillo at 1.170 masl and ascends to 1.700 masl. It has great views of the mountains, windmills and desert valleys in the area.
From Concepción del Oro To Salaverna. The track offers spectacular views of the adjacent deserts and valleys and some abandoned mines, churches and ruins. The road goes up to 2.820 masl. 4wd vehicles are recommended.