Hunting Ranches

Various Areas

In the Protected Natural Area of the Sierra Fría there are seven environmental management units for wildlife conservation, which have been established at a number of ranches under guidelines set out by SEMARNAT, and offer services and facilities for species conservation.

Although this is the core activity of the ranches, they also offer complementary services, including entertainment, transport, experienced guides, restaurants and accommodation.

Rancho Burasik Park

The ranch covers 348 fenced acres and another 296 on mountain slopes inhabited by exotic species including the mule deer and Spanish wild boar.

Address: Km 35 on the Villa Hidalgo Highway

Tel: (449) 894.8797

Web page: ranchoburasik.com

Rancho Antrianglo

The ranch offers excellent services, including species conservation, experienced guides, transport, and first-class accommodation and food.

Address: Highway La Congoja to la Labor Km. 45

Tel: 011 521 (449) 196.0437 (from the U.S.)

(449) 971.1470, (449) 970.2011

Web page: antrialgoranch.com

El Guaro

The ranch offers a complete range of services, including four-wheel-drive vehicles, experienced guides, permit-processing with SEMARNAT, accommodation, food and drinks.

Address: Barranca del Abuelo

Tel: (449) 914.1000

Web page: ranchoelgauro.com

  Open: Monday to Sunday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Rancho La Ciénega

This ranch offers facilities for species conservation, especially turkeys, but also others, in a 277,000-acre protected area.

Address: Km. 43.9 Highway La Congoja – La Labor, Sierra Fría

Tel: (449) 919.1767, (449) 441.5884

Nextel 62*263524*3

Web page: rancholacienega.com

Rancho La Tinaja

Rancho La Tinaja is a Mexican enterprise dedicated to raising white-tailed deer, elk and Gould’s wild turkey. It is ninety minutes from the city of Aguascalientes.

Address: 2 Km. from La Congoja

Tel: (465) 103.2233

Web page: rancholatinaja.com

Open: Monday to Sunday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Rancho Torrecillas – La Coyotera

The ranch covers 277,000 acres and is home to a range of species including the white-tailed deer, wild turkey and wild boar. As well as being a home to species conservation, the ranch has all the facilities for a pleasant stay.

Address: Barranca del Abuelo, Sierra Fría

Tel: (449) 915.2407

Web page: torrecillaslacoyotera.com

Rancho Piletas

Rancho Piletas is 6,400 feet above sea level – a real challenge for species conservation.

Address: Sierra Fría

Tel: (449) 973.0951, (449) 973.0442

Web page: vivaaguascalientes.com

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