Quebrada de los Cuervos, Treinta Y Tres

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  • It is a recommended super ride! We carry something to eat I we made a picnic, but it was where buy food if it had been necessary. The cost per person to enter is $ 50 pesos from age 10, children under 10 are free of charge. The place was clean and very well. Run of excellent form by a group of guides and Rangers very attentive and informed of the flora and fauna of the place. For those interested there is a camping area. The visit can be a hike to the lookout, which is a hike of 400 metres by a path of wood suitable for trolleys baby or a wheelchair, or a tour of almost 3 km along a path by the natural Monte with ups and downs, rocks and very nice roads, reaching the Yerbal stream and rising again from the nearest parking lot. This route is not recommended for children younger than 4 or 5 years since it is not allowed to take them to upa for safety. The long walk takes about 2 hours. There are places to sit and rest on the way. The landscapes are spectacular. I congratulate the team that carries out this cute place. Highly recommended.
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  • It is an excellent place, nature to the fullest. Monte Creek, trail difficulty for older people but may do so in part. There is a spectacular view on a catwalk of very good accessibility. There are around another site to visit, the lagoon and waterfall (private place allowing access). Caprice accommodation and camping with meals to buy if desired and camping, good family care.
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  • Ideal for Easter, there are several guides, nursing (have an ambulance on the door) and even police. There are also 3-home cooked meal. If you like the wild can stay and sleep in camping or cabin, but you can spend the day. Wear good shoes, water and a hat. Also charger for cell phone because there is no electricity. Ideal for school children, there is much walking.
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  • The tour which is only on foot takes approximately 2 hours. $50 entry will be charged.
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  • Excellent ride. It takes all day. Walk and enjoy the flora, fauna and landscape
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  • It is a walk of all day that is worth doing it! If you can be out of season, much better.
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  • Wonderful place! Two circuits for travel and childcare services parks. THE main circuit is of the Gorge itself. It is a path of average demand (to not panic that it seems hard but easy,) and the tour is worthwhile! Of incalculable beauty! As one ascends again increasingly more close to the birds that fly over on one. Brook is a beautiful place! The second circuit is the waterfall. Not go away if you do the same! Another landscape, another point of view! Here if it should be a little more careful as some sections of the road have many loose stones and it becomes slippery, but reach the waterfall is worth! Safety pin!
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  • One of the best places I've been in Uruguay... Its flora and fauna tranquility their place itself is beautiful... The landscapes of the road
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