The Cascada de Basaseachic or the Basaseachic Falls is the second-highest waterfall in Mexico, with a drop of 246 meters (812 ft.), located in the Copper Canyon, Basaseachi National Park, 3 km (1.86 mi) from the Municipality of Ocampo.
Beautifully surrounded by rock formations and pine forests, the waterfall merges in the high mountain and then fall down the canyon all year-round. During the months of March to April and October to November the vegetation becomes lush green and the falls comes alive with heavier water flow.
Cascada de Basaseachic Location
Cascada de Basaseachic, Chihuahua, Mexico