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nálægt Boulevard Guanajuato, Guanajuato (Mexico)
I did it as a figure-8 loop because I prefer to go up the steepest parts and down the more gradual ones. For those who like the opposite it can easily be done in reverse or you can switch either of the two main sections.
From the clinic there is a dirt trail behind the parking lot that follows a ravine up the hill, eventually joining up with the road to la Cueva de San Ignacio. Crossing the ravine is a bit tricky but it only lasts about 5 minutes until you're back in the clear. The other route parallels the Panoramico road for a while before joining the dirt road to the cave.
After the cave the trail splits - the flatter, longer route goes all the way around the hill and climbs up the backside. I went up the stairs to the left and climbed straight up, then took the more gradual route down. The steep part involves some rocky scrambling but at least the rock is solid and not slippery. Going down (or up) the backside isn't quite as steep but does have some slippery sections. What you know about yourself on inclines will help you decide which direction to go.
There is also a Wikiloc from a person who went to the cross then back down and followed the ridge the other direction to come out at the Presa de Olla ponds if you want to extend the hike and avoid backtracking.
Enjoy the views!