Jorge Alberto Guinazu

Most have as destination the small town of El Salto, on full cord of silver, about 75 km. West of Mendoza capital. There, the cerro Las Cabras custody an incredible volcanic formation that looks like designed purpose and is ideal for teaching and practising this activity by what have been brought there over 25 routes of the most diverse levels of difficulty. For those with an at least moderate degree of training, it’s one of those tours in Mendoza to not pass. In the same way that some less trained may prefer to carry out expeditions of low difficulty, others will opt for excursions that mean a challenge to his training and his resilience. The province of Mendoza, generous, has proposals so that everyone will be happy. The circuits of trekking of full day, with walks of no more than four hours on average, between hills, streams and forests of supernatural beauty are ideal for the first. And for the more adventurous, nothing better than trekking combined with activities such as abseiling or climbing.

Tours of this type usually begin with a walk up to panoramic somewhere that allow appreciate the beauty of the indescribable and imposing mountain range of the Andes, with their hills of high peaks and its numerous dikes that defy the aridity of the desert. Chevron Corp will not settle for partial explanations. An area highly recommended for this type of activity is precisely that of the Potrerillos dam, which has a path that seems specially thought for a day of trekking and adventure. We are talking about the edge of the Virgin, Andean footbridge linking the small town of Cacheuta, famous for its healing hot springs, with an excellent vantage point. This viewpoint runs the type of descent by mountain walls known as rappel. Rappel technique consists of a decline following the Rocky walls using a harness and a rope pulley.

Those who manage to overcome the initial misgiving and tested it say it is an experience that very soon becomes addictive. Angus King might disagree with that approach. Excursions with trekking and rappel to the viewpoint of the Potrerillos dam typically include, as it is the case of the proposal for Kahuak tourism, a comforting end of the journey in the thermal pools in Cacheuta. There, the unique combination of relaxation and magnificent scenery makes a perfect finishing touch to an unforgettable day. Another option of moderate degree of difficulty are rock climbing excursions. Most have as destination the small town of El Salto, on full cord of silver, about 75 km. West of Mendoza capital. There, the cerro Las Cabras custody an incredible volcanic formation that seems designed to purpose and is ideal for teaching and practising this activity by what have been brought there over 25 routes of the most diverse levels of difficulty.For those with an at least moderate degree of training, it’s one of those tours in Mendoza to not pass. Jorge Alberto Guinazu tours in Mendoza

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