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Paso de Aguas Negras, San Juan
(3.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Travel really very good for landscapes that one can delight the eyes, so much beauty in these mountains with those colors that one thinks that Dios is dedication in that area, the penitents that one can see even though it was February, loa Lakes, the wind always present at each stop for a photo. The route in very good condition. It strongly recommend 100%
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  • The way to get to the limit with Chile in passage of water black is really beautiful, mostly cornice, narrow and not well maintained gravel road. But worth walked on the vastness of the landscape, these penitents arranged on the side of the trail are an unimaginable postcard. Their 4753 meters above sea level make that you should be prepared but it is worthwhile.
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  • I have made this way repeated times and each time it find more beautiful! Although it is a path of great height, with cliffs. Not recommended for drivers with little experience on the mountain. Impressive sight for the colours of the landscape of the Cordillera de los Andes. Already belonging to the Chilean country is a lagoon in the middle of the mountains, is very clear water, a party before the eyes in line with the Sun's rays. This road joins the province of San Juan in Argentina with the town of La Serena in the fourth region of Chile.
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