Oaxaca Day of the Dead Running Experience in Mexico

Oct 27 to Nov 2, 2024

Oaxaca Day of the Dead Running Experience in Mexico
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Embark on an extraordinary journey through the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca, where you’ll traverse an epic hanging bridge and participate in an authentic Zapotec Temazcal ceremony. Explore ancient Zapotec trails, learn traditional Oaxacan chocolate-making, and uncover the Mezcal production process in an authentic Palenque. Engage in a clay workshop in Santa María Atzompa, join a weaving and natural dye workshop, and experience a Night Run from Oaxaca City to Xoxocotlán cemetery for the vibrant Day of the Dead preparations. Immerse yourself in Mexico’s renowned Day of the Dead celebration, connecting with centuries-old traditions and cultural richness.

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About The Host


Santiago resides in Valle de Bravo and hails from a family of mountaineers and runners, and he carries on their legacy by achieving a notable ‘Fastest Known Time’ (FKT) as well as setting records in various national and international marathons.

According to Santiago, running plays a pivotal role in self-discovery and understanding the world that envelops us. He perceives trail running and its connection to nature as a much-needed remedy in these tumultuous times.

Conversations with Santiago are likely to involve passionate discussions about volcanoes, explorations of indigenous heritage, anecdotes about Mexican trail running legends, and dad jokes. Beyond his passion for running, he imparts outdoor education to children, aids in race organization, and identifies himself as a natural architect and outdoor facilitator.


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