Beautiful Canyons #4



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Barranca del Cobre in Mexico

In the fourth and last part of Koschi's Canyon Series we go to Mexico to the Barranca del Cobre. The up to 1800 m deep and 50 km long canyon system is one of the largest in North America and altogether four times as large as the Grand Canyon.

Through the entire Barranca del Cobre, the elaborately built "Chepe" railroad, which runs from Los Mochis to Chihuahua, winds its way up the mountains to places where you can see far into the canyon area. You will now follow this railroad line from the beginning to the end and experience an adventurous flight and breathtakingly beautiful landscapes.

You'll fly the Pilatus PC-6 G950 through the 5 stages covering more than 320 nautical miles.

Live weather conditions will provide you with new challenges on every flight and endless entertainment on this bush trip. Of course, you can change the weather and some auxiliary options during the flight.

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Happy landings!