Cerro Tres Picos, Sierra De la Ventana

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  • This place is fabulous for walking, with much too much water, we need to organize well up, but it is worth, do not forget to bring warm, comfy shoes and plenty of water in order to enjoy the scenery without suffering. There are specialized guides which play a very good role to accompany the adventurers!
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  • I have 58 years and a good state physical for my age. I went with my son trained super 17 and two hunting airedale terrier dogs. We were going to go with a guide, but just that day he had to leave, so we left us alone. Indications that we gave out seemed easy to follow, but soon, we started to have doubts. We found a couple of girls who were lost and between the four we deducing the road to pure trial and error. Council for the first installment: crossing the river Naposta and then continue leaving the banks of the River to the right until the ascent begins. The path is not hard until it begins to rise along a kind of Canyon of sharp laja, in slippery places, which is hard on the ankles, soles of hiking shoes and pads of dogs legs. The only complaint I have with the excellent people of the Foundation Funke is that - in some sections - the trails are almost non-existent (especially from the corral, and only marked with a metal rods that should have been implemented by the old Funke in person from the ' 30s). To go to the Summit must follow the yellow rods and to the Cueva de los Guanacos white rods (might be the other way around, I don't remember). The issue is that rods - very spaced out - are discoloured and oxidized, whereupon we instead of going to the Summit, were to stop by mistake to the cave of Guanacos. Then we did not time nor legs to Summit the same day (before leaving the advised against us trying it), and had to return to base with wilted brow. The views are splendid, and the ride is really worth. I would not recommend it for families with young kids or outside physical state. Bring water, fruit, some snack, good sunscreen, hat and cane trekking. If not before 18:00 deposit is lost and go out on horseback to seek the lost. When we returned home, the dogs were pitched three days. It showed them the chain to go for a walk and she is just hiding under the bed. This year we will again charged.
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  • To access the Hill, you must enter to stay Funke about 12 km of Tornquist. You must register and pay ARS200 per person, there give you explanations on the way, recommendations etc, we were guided, the road does not have posters but every now and then there are sticks or accumulated stones that mark where follow. We camped at the cave of guanacos to follow the next day to the Summit. It is not demanding but in our case as we went with heavy backpacks was a little difficult, anyway you can leave to the last section which is much more steep and need to climb on the rocks. The landscapes are very cute, and from above you can see all the lace of Sierra de la Ventana. Highly recommended!
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  • Pico mas alto of the province of Buenos Aires. An ideal place for the practice of trekking, hiking and outdoor life.
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  • Is an excellent journey to begin this sport. This is done in the day. You must register at the estancia Funke where visitors accept the ascent to mount up to 8.30 in the morning since the place is open until 18.00
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  • Well-marked path. There are signal phone and sometimes even 4 g. good and not so good at the same time.
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  • Beautiful
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  • Excellent peak, one of the largest in the province 1232 meters above sea level
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