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Parque Nacional Bosques Petrificados de Jaramillo, Puerto Santa Cruz
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Si estás en nuestra patagonia te recomiendo visitarlo porque los troncos de araucarias petrificadas que vas a ver son increíbles! El recorrido no te lleva más de una hora y la explicación del guarapar... read more »If you're in our patagonia I recommend to visit him because the trunks of petrified pine that you'll see are amazing! Travel not brings you more than one hour and the explanation of the guaraparques is very useful. Not I give it the highest score because the access of 50 kms gravel is very bad.show original
Es dificil de imaginar que hace 150 millones de añoseste lugar era un bosque de grandes arboles, viendo la actualidad. Pero ahí estan las pruebas. Algunos impresionantes por su tamaño. Nos dijero que ... read more »It is difficult to imagine that 150 million anoseste ago place was a forest of large trees, watching the news. But there are tests. Some impressive for its size. We said that the Park is visited by some 10000 tourists a year. It is not near anything, but worth the trip. Following from Fitz Roy on Route 3 it reach the gravel road that eventually leads to the Park. It was in good condition even for low cars. The trip is something of the fauna of the place. You have to bring food and water because there where buy. Halfway about 25 km on the gravel road there is a camping site. We stopped there, but it was closed. Already in the Park get you the Rangers explaining you about the place, there is a small museum and then trails that you can do are not neither long nor difficult. Before you go checked you bags to see that you take nothing from the place. Not even a stone.show original
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