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Mirador de los Condores, Merlo

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From the top of Mirador de los Condores visitors are treated to views of the sprawling city below and the surrounding landscape. Hike this 1 km (.62 mil) trail, which begins at the visitor center in El Chalten and takes you to the lookout point. Sample a baked good from the bakery perched on top while you soak up the view. At a height of 2,200 m (7,217 ft), this panoramic lookout towers above the peaks around you. If you have a car, driving up is fairly easy, but walking is by far the more scenic option. Put Mirador de los Condores on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Merlo vacation planner.
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  • Is worth it penalty by their views by the trip in itself and if you are interested in them activities as paragliding Tyrolean etc. It only that you got to make a stretch of 2.5 km of land.
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  • We went up to the viewpoint but if you not want to do sport or drink on the confectionery is not of this world
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  • Highly recommended view... When you arrive there is a confectionery that is nothing otherworldly and zip line activities. The road is quite complicated, are approximately 40 min, can be auto calmly with close attention by the curves... He is recommended in the fall not constantly tread brakes so not to heat up, which is almost impossible by the curves that there is.
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