Ascenso al Cerro Ventana, Sierra De la Ventana
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  • Actually it is not very easy. We got to thinking that we were able to, but I would advise to think before if you have a health problem. As well and all came to the window and it was amazing!
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  • We climbed the Hill window, thinking that it would be easy, but it is not as well, in part of the lathe is difficult and steep, by loose pebbles, where if not take a good shoe type borcego, you can twist the ankle. But the wonder comes after, be in the top of the Hill and that sensational window is priceless.
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  • It had climbed the Hill when he was 7 years old (ran in 1991) and today, 25 years later, I could repeat this beautiful feat. I arrived at the base of the Hill a Friday, July 22 at 9:20 in the morning (it is only schedule that leaves you the combi transport Silver if you're without a car), and for that hour there were enough people in the queue for admission. I happened to be in the last group of a total of four, with approximately 30 members each. I told all week no one had been able to upload because of snowfall in those days, so that Friday was a total exception. They charged me 50 pesos for entrance to the Park and another 100 to climb. He Guide, Gustavo alias "he Russian", us gave them first indications before start the rise and is behaved as a true professional, being permanently attentive to the needs of the group. The first section is complicadito, with enough mud due to ice melting. Then comes a walk more light, and then come the parts Rocky where the legs is exercise enough. The arrival at the top is an excellent event, where you are a good time and step almorzás your provisions, while the climbers pass from a one to a photo in the window. The descent is also complicated, and suffering from there are knees constant bouncing with the rocks. But it is a unique experience where you observás and learn much. Simply impressive! I recommend a simple pole or a cane to help. A sturdy shoes (I took borsegos) is recommended.
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