Copper Canyon which means “Barrancas del Cabre” in Spanish, is a collection of six separate canyons in the Sierra Madre Occidental mountains in the southwestern area of the state of Chihuahua, Northwest Mexico. The Copper Canyon is larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon. The huge canyons were created by the forces of six rivers that flow into the Rio Fuerte and eventually into the Gulf of California. Copper Canyon is a popular tourist attraction in Northern Mexico. It is also home to a large population. This area with an impressive landscape is the best vacation destination. Batopilas, Basaseachic falls, Cusarare Falls, Lake Arareko, and Creel are some of the best spots in the city to visit. Visitors can explore Copper Canyon in many ways to experience the astonishing natural beauty through biking, horseback riding, driving, and exploring by train rides.
The basaseachic Falls located on the Basaseachic River is the second-tallest waterfall in Mexico, located in the Copper Canyon region of northwest Mexico, not far from the Creel, Chihuahua. It is the second tallest waterfall in Mexico at 246 meters, second only to the Cascada de Piedra Volada.