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Shaun Klynstra

 


Cerro de Neveria


Cerro de la Neveria (Icebox Hill), along Mazatlán's shoreline, is honeycombed with limestone caves once used to store ice imported from San Francisco during the mid-1800s. Mazatlecan families used this ice to preserve their seafood and other perishables before the days of household refrigerators.

By the time of Mexico's revolution, in 1910, the system of caves and tunnels was used to store ammunition. Devil's Cave -- its entry covered by a red gate -- served as an escape route for soldiers guarding the ammunition.

These days it is an area of spectacular homes with arguable the best views of Mazatlan! At the bottom of the slopes lay Playa Norte, Olas Altas and Centro Historico so you are close to shopping, dining and more!