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In Catamarca, the Los Seismiles Route takes us on a tour between volcanoes.
They say the road is more important than destiny. In some cases, that's literal. In Argentina we have many routes that are worth knowing: Catamarca invites us to travel the Route de los Seismiles , a path of almost 200 km that starts in the northwest of the province and ends at Paso San. Francisco, on the border with Chile.
Traveling this stretch of 197 paved kilometers of the RN60, you can see 19 volcanoes over 6 thousand meters high , with countless peaks, reddish and turquoise lagoons , hot springs and scarce vegetation. You can travel by your own car or hire an excursion with a guide.
Some of the volcanoes that can be seen on the circuit are the Inca Huasi volcano, 6640 meters, which is the first of Los Seismiles ; the Pissisque, which reaches 6882 meters; and the Ojo del Salado which, with its 6864 meters, is the highest active volcano in the world .
In addition, along the way we find the salt flats of the Laguna Negra and del Hombre Muerto and with the Laguna del Peinado and Laguna Verde, where the turquoise waters combine with the beautiful spectacle of the pink herons.It
is worth knowing, also, the Baths of Fiambala , located 12 km from the city of the same name, where you can enjoy adventure tourism, handicrafts and monuments offered by the city. The Seismiles Route ends, as we said, at the San Francisco International Pass .
For those who love car trips, the Route de los Seismiles is a must-see in the province of Catamarca .
Publication Date: 19/03/2019
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