Salto de la Moneda, San Luis

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Waterfall Nature / Park
To reach Salto de la Moneda, a waterfall known for its crystalline water, visitors take a short hike through a valley, which offers great views of the area's pristine landscape. When you reach the waterfall, observe the 12 m (39 ft) cascade crashing into the pool below. Take a swim in the refreshing water or just snap photos of the picturesque site. If you plan to picnic during your visit, make sure to bring your own food, as the area doesn't offer any eating options. Plan to visit Salto de la Moneda and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended San Luis attractions using our San Luis travel itinerary maker.
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  • It is an hour long walk in the middle of the nature.... and it ends in a small waterfall where you can even swim! Amazing! Try to go with someone that already did it, as you can get lost. The water is...  more »
  • Don't expect something astonishing but the walk, which takes about an hour from the village, is beautiful and the views are amazing. The water is clear and cold.  more »
  • From Potrero de los Funes village we can to access a this small waterfall, walking one hour in the river.  more »
  • It's beautiful. It can be accessed by a path (payment) or the river. He is recommended if one is not in the area accompanied by people who know the place. Approx. an hour or hour average t is walking (footpath between the mountain ranges). Beautiful road and views
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  • Very cute place with excellent view to the Lake of paddocks. He is a 30 minutes walk along rocky paths of mid-level to easy. Arriving at the jump, can also be found walking down the River a small pot with parts of deep water and others not. S e recommended wear hat and water in summer
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  • A unique place. An ideal adventure for family with children of 5 years onwards. Trekking medium difficulty.
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  • A spectacular place! Bring sneakers since you have to walk about 30 minutes to access the site, and have to climb up and down the stones. But worth it!
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  • Moderate level access. In summer, bring water. I bebi water the same jump and is suitable for human consumption. I could eat a nut of the walnut tree that is there to refuel.
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