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Trekking Paradises in Argentina

4 destinations to enjoy outdoors.

 Trekking  is the ideal activity for  outdoor  enthusiasts, as it offers the possibility to explore fantastic natural environments and new sensations step by step. Our country has countless landscapes, for every taste. Here are some of them that won't let you down:


 Cerro Uritorco, in Cordoba 
A classic if you go to this province. This enigmatic hill is the highest mountain range of the Sierras Chicas de Córdoba. It reaches 1979 meters above sea level and its imposing slopes are located in Capilla del Monte. The promotion is suitable for the whole family. It is the scene of countless stories about mysterious and unprovable events, such as displacements of lights, presence of UFOs, energy fields, hidden cities and other dimensions. No matter what your motivation to ascend it, the scenery is worth it and the trail is ideal for those who don't have great climbing experience.


  Quebrada de los Cóndores , in La Rioja 
The place par excellence for the sighting of condors. It is located 180 kilometers from the capital of La Rioja. During the journey you will be able to see these majestic birds 3 or 5 meters from your head. In addition, from the top you can see the sleepers. You can start the excursion to the condor paradise from Chepes, Chamical or Olta. Once at the top you will have a privileged view of these imposing giants of the Cuyano skies.


  Sierra de la Ventana , in Buenos Aires 
This famous promenade consists of ten points before reaching the famous Ventana. Each of the routes has different difficulty. You will cross climbs, grasslands, incredible mountain landscapes, and you will not escape climbing and a stretch where it is necessary to climb. Point 8 means that you are already on one of the summits of the hill. In the final stretch, before the tenth stop, you will have to climb stone by stone to get the exceptional view of the Window. All the effort will be worth it.


  Sierra de las Quijadas , in San Luis 
Imagine a trekking paradise of 73,533 hectares to explore the surreal landscapes of the Semiarid Chaco, Mount of plains and plateaus. This national park is 116 kilometres from the Puntana capital. The best time to visit it is from May to September, as it is a desert in which you won't like to be so much in the middle of summer. The strange rock formations date back 25 million years ago, and you won't be surprised by the immense sandstone walls that were formed by wind and water erosion. Some trails can be done alone, such as the Miradores and Guanacos circuit; others, such as Farallones or Las Huellas del Past, are mandatory with an authorized guide.
Imagine a trekking paradise of 73,533 hectares to explore the surreal landscapes of the Semiarid Chaco, Mount of plains and plateaus. This national park is 116 kilometres from the Puntana capital. The best time to visit it is from May to September, as it is a desert in which you won't like to be so much in the middle of summer. The strange rock formations date back 25 million years ago, and you won't be surprised by the immense sandstone walls that were formed by wind and water erosion. Some trails can be done alone, such as the Miradores and Guanacos circuit; others, such as Farallones or Las Huellas del Past, are mandatory with an authorized guide.