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  • February 2020


Hosts Outward Bound México

Pre Symposium Expedition

February 8th – 11th

Backpacking Expedition to Nevado de Toluca $380 usd

OB America ́s Symposium 2020

February 13th – 16th

Corral de Piedra $500 usd

Nevado de Toluca

Pre Symposium Expedition

The Nevado de Toluca is a stratovolcano in central Mexico, located about 80 kilometres (50 mi) west of Mexico City near the city of Toluca.

It is generally cited as the fourth highest of Mexico’s peaks, after Pico de Orizaba, Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, although by some measurements, Sierra Negra is slightly higher. The volcano and the area around it is now a national park.

This will be our first ever Americas’ Staff Symposium in México and we are so excited to be your hosts. We believe that by working together, creating stronger networks, bonds and sharing knowledge within Outward Bound itself we can only get better.

Corral de Piedra

Outward Bound Americas’
Staff Symposium Destination for 2020

A nature reserve and one of the most beautiful and imposing valleys in the highland region of the State of Mexico. It’s approximately a 2.5hr drive using our transit from Mexico City.

Corral de Piedra is surrounded by wooded mountains that harbor huge rock monoliths, these monoliths look a bit like a large corral if you have a good look, hence the name. The reserve is home to some of the highest trees in the country, predominantly  Ocotes and Oyameles.

This is a mystical and abundant site for us, it’s the cradle of the springs and rivers that nourish the ‘Valle de Bravo-Amanalco’ hydrological basin, resting place and an important destination for the Monarch Butterfly.