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7 circuits that will change your life

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Eduardo Galeano assure us that we who inhabit this earth are made of stories , and to prove it there is nothing better than venturing in search of those you have not yet written.  The Sierras Grandes reserve, is one of those natural settings that will change your life. It is located in  Tornquist , in the southeast of the province of Buenos Aires, 76 kilometers from Bahía Blanca.

The reserve protects grandiose landscapes , with hills exceeding a thousand meters high and exhibit environments of high biological, geological, anthropological, archaeological and historical quality. There are seven types of guided excursions to visit it.

 Escondida Waterfall 

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Medium effort hike of three hours duration. The route winds the bed of a stream and, with a gentle ascent, you reach a waterfall of natural pools at different depths.

 Florencio Cave 

It's a combined four-hour excursion. It starts in an all-terrain van and continues on foot to a cave where you can see the traces of the first settlers of the region

 Large Piletón and Stone Enclosure 

This walk is shorter, two hours long, is done by the side of a stream, where you can contemplate the process of erosion that these mountains endured for millions of years. At the last stage of the trail you will reach a fifty metre long natural pool. On the ground there is also a stone-stop space that certify the passage of native cultures.

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 Pink Walls 

A four-hour walk and a half effort. Bordering the San Bernardo stream, the road goes into a canadón developed by immense wallings that give way to natural pools .

 Large Waterfall 

This hike is of high difficulty and lasts for eight hours. The circuit slowly goes into the cañadón del creek San Bernardo, you reach its nascent to recreate from a water fall six meters high and a piletón four deep.

 Cerro Vavacuá 

The excursion is six hours and with great physical exertion. The walk approaches the summit, almost a thousand meters above sea level, to give way to grandiose views of the valleys and the hill Tres Picos.

 Cerro de la Carpa 

It is the longest of all departures, lasts ten hours and is summit on the hill of Carpa where wonderful mountain  landscapes are appreciated.

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Publication Date: 19/01/2021

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