Quebrada del Escoipe
Quebrada del Escoipe
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Stephen C
Salta, Argentina28 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Solo
A 40 minute drive from the city of Salta, this mountain road now leads you into the middle of the majestic Andes. A windy road following the river and then a breathtaking squiggle up the mountain sides, up to Piedra del Molino, about 3700 mts high. Then goes down to the town of Cachi, a beautiful almost untouched colonial town in the middle of the quebrada Calchaquí. Plenty of good hotels and great places to eat. Not to be missed.
Written 7 May 2019
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GOSIA P
Los Angeles116 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
Our all day organized excursion to Cachi led through the beautiful and fertile Lerma and Calchaquies Valleys, through the spectacular mountain range Quebrada de Escoipe. We enjoyed breathtaking views of Valle Encantado and reaching the Piedra del Molino at 3,348 meters above the see level (roughly over 10,000 feet). We stopped at National Park of the Cardones (cacti). Came back filled with natural beauty.
Written 28 April 2019
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OneAddictedTraveler
Lake Elmo, MN4,125 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Couples
Route 33 takes you from the valley to the high country on the way to Cachi. It is maybe 80% paved but the steepest and most curvy parts are gravel. Fabulous mountain scenery.
Written 27 January 2019
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Gabriel B
Buenos Aires, Argentina74 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Couples
A quebrada is a narrow passage with a river a road in the middle, and 2 mountain chains at each side of them, separated no more than 5 kms. Otherwise it would be a valley. As the road gains mts above sea level on its way to the cuesta del Obispo, you can see an interesting change in vegetation, from jungle (yungas) to semi-desertic vegetation
Written 26 September 2018
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Lieszambr
Rotterdam, The Netherlands25 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Family
We visited this region doing a full day excursion to Purmamarca and Humuaca in the province of Jujuy. It is a full day tour from Salta by bus, and this takes you through beautiful countryside and the Cerros where soil in 7 different colours can be seen. On the way you stop (check beforehand with your touroperator) in Uquia (3 houses and a very interesting church with 9 unusual paintings from 1700s), Purmamarca and Humauaca, which are beautiful colourful Indian villages. On the way back we stopped in Tilcara where we visited an old Inca site (Pucara) . A super day with beautiful views and interesting sites to visit.
Written 9 August 2017
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notacouchpotato
London, England496 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017 • Couples
We were lucky enough to have a personal guide who took us, amongst other sights, to this amazing vista of coloured rocks as well as to San Antonio de los cobras and the salt flats which have to be seen to be believed. Some of the journey involved heights of over 4000 metres and passed through extraordinary contrasting landscapes.
Written 26 March 2017
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