Puerto Vallarta is not exactly known for trail running. But just 25 kms to the South lies a quaint fishing village called Boca de Tomatlan. From there begins a 9 km coastal trail which passes by the popular boat-access-only Playa Las Animas on the way to Quimixto, and on to Quimixto Falls.
I had been to Vallarta many times over the years, but it wasn’t until a visit in 2018 that I discovered this little gem that has since become my favourite local trail.
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