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Puente Picheuta, Uspallata

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  • It's not very easy to find if you don't pay attention on the road. Soon after Uspallata stay tuned, stay to the right. The place is beautiful, especially because of the small river of Rapids that passes by the old and historic. They say it is the trout fishing. We arrived there at sunset, a light read to enjoy the scenery. The bridge is well down there and when you look down those colorful mountains around. Very special.
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  • After a small detour of the international highway you reach the bridge of Picheuta, along the stream of the same name. The place offers beautiful postcards and invites to go calmly, can not rise to the bridge due to risk of collapse. Not there is infrastructure in the area, only the road that we will return to the route
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  • A few thousand meters of the national route number seven to the Northwest is a stone bridge over the Picheuta Brook. The reconstructed bridge a few years ago, which built the Liberator army on their way to Chile to the campaign led by General San Martín. Worth a visit it, especially with children school to see the difficulties that must cope with that army, as having to build a bridge for the military, animals carrying and war materiel and supplies carrying.
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