Myself and 2-4 other Riders will be heading to Copper Canyon in March 2019. We have been researching, but it seems this area is ever changing, and we are looking for some advice. We have a local rider who has been down many times, but not for at least 5 years. I also have been reading a lot of the older thread and watching some of the youtube videos (most recently by Dr. Dual SPort). We have about 10-12 days set aside and all plan to bring WR250r's (unless I decide to be a jerk and bring the beta 430rr). All having the same bike would be nice for carrying spares, and the WRR is a very reliable bike. We plan to head to Presidio (Palamos is an option too) and park trucks there and head into Mexico. There is a lot of Great information from other riders about the crossing (thank you all for that). I would like a better idea of our route. Our goal will be to ride as much dirt as possible. We have thought about throwing in Big Bend or the Mexico side, but will likely opt to spend more time in the CC area. With that said, our primary towns we want to hit are Creel, Urique, and Batopilas. To make a loop I think we can hit Alamos, Chinipas, and Urachi. I'm having a hard time finding something navigable between specific legs. We are considering something like the following (one is google one is furkot): The questions. Is there still a dirt route between Urachi and Batoplias (this is what I am looking most forward too). Is just one road Paved and there is another rough road? Can someone suggest any other potential stops for the night? Can I expect each of these towns to have fuel? We plan to get cash over the boarder at an ATM, but do we need the full trips worth of cash? We plan to have at least 3 gallon IMS or 4.7 Gallon tanks each plus rotopax if needed. Can someone give me an idea of the parking rate in Presidio? Is there a reason to specifically visit or avoid Chihauhua (as we prefer dirt it might be nice to avoid). We are all campers and planned to bring camping gear, but we may forgo this with the how cheap and available hotels are supposed to be to save a lot of space (we pack fairly minimally). Also as we will likely have some extra time we may do some exploring on dirt roads, is ther eany reason we should specifically avoid this?