Valle Colorado, an Inca town, this community crosses part of the Andean Road System “Qhapaq Ñan” or Inca Trail, this road covers a total of more than 30,000 km of road with the Andes as the backbone, made up of 6 South American countries: Colombia, Ecuador , Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. In our country, in its different segments it reaches around 100 km, and covers the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Tucumán, Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan and Mendoza.
The road, formerly called “Camino de Herradura”, this place is where the local community grazes their cattle, and where there are still cattle ranches of local families, it is also used by the residents of the town of Santa Ana and Valle Colorados joined by this route, in 2018 the junction of this road was enabled allowing the passage of vehicles, but with great caution as they can cause some landslides.
About the Circuit:
Duration: 4 hours.
Kilometers: 16 km
Season: all year
Do the activity in the morning, wear comfortable clothes, trekking shoes, sunscreen, hat, water and fruits.
- Baqueano Guide