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 Difficulty: High Season: all year Modality: Trekking- Recommendations: Do the activity in the morning, wear comfortable clothes, trekking shoes, sunscreen, hat, water and fruits. Included services: Baqueano Guide Refreshments Canes Binoculars
Valle Colorado, Valle Grande, Jujuy.
We are 10 families from the original community of Hornocal, Omaguaca town who manage a viewpoint from which the colorful SERRANÍA DE HORNOCAL can be seen. How to get? The Mirador de la Serranía de Hornocal is located 25 km to the east of the city of Humahuaca, accessed by provincial route No. 73. The outward journey takes about an hour. The road on which it is circulated is a mountain road, dirt and quite winding, which ascends from 2,900 to 4,350 meters above sea level. It is heavily traveled by vehicles that go to the viewpoint and wild and domestic animals can be seen loose in adjacent areas. In the rainy season (December to March), it gets slippery. There are two important signposted stops: the panoramic view (4,200 m.s.m.n.m.), a place from where you have a beautiful and wide view of the creek, suitable for taking pictures and where there is cell phone signal; the apacheta at the tripartite point, a ritual space where travelers usually perform a small ceremony every time they pass by to ask that the trip go well. Hours of Operation: From September to March: from 09:00 to 18:30. From April to August: From 10:00 […]
Hornocal, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Hike from Caspalá to the summit of the Sierra del Hornocal of 24 km round trip and two days of duration. You leave by the old bridle path that leads to Humahuaca, then you pass through beautiful landscapes on the banks of the La Ciénaga river. Halfway through the La Loza site, you begin to appreciate the cobbled stairs of the Inca Trail and attractive queñuas groves. The night is spent in the natural cave of La Loza. The second day the Inca trail is resumed and you can enjoy waterfalls, water sources, and capricious forms on the rocks. The walk ascends through a spectacular landscape with swamps, springs eyes, hot springs, and groves of dwarf queñuas. From the head of the Ciénaga, you go up the Stairs of Heaven, to arrive at Abra Colorada. From here you ascend to the summit of the Hornocal mountain range, one of the most beautiful attractions in Jujuy. The return to Caspalá is done on the same day. About the circuit: Difficulty: medium and high. Season: April to November. Duration: 2 days and 1 night. Kilometers: 24 km (round trip) Recommendations: bring a comfortable glass for walking, spare clothes, trekking shoes, hat, coca […]
Caspalá, Valle Grande, Jujuy.