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To Cuchi Corral

 

 

 

 

 

Short walk to witness audacious flights in wing delta and parapente in a beautiful landscape.

They are 20 km going and returned for on the way to earth. Half-day trip to carry out on Saturdays in any time of the year. When the climatic conditions are given, there are aladeltismo practice and parapentes launching. Consult in the Address of Tourism in La Cumbre if there will be sportsmen the day of their visit.

 

From the access to La Cumbre (km 0),salir for the Av. San Martin, in the km 2 crossing the ford and 1 km ahead will have beautiful view of La Cumbre and the mountainous cord.

In km 8, to their right, the ruins of the chapel of the XVII century of the stay Cuchi Corral (historical place). Well-known formerly as Lemimbutos, it was during the colony forced step of mule troops that you/they were spurred on toward the one in route to the High Peru.

A little later on, crossing a tranquera, the road forks. That of the right, in general in not well state and cut by the rains, it drives to Pintos and San Marcos Sierra. Pintos runs next to the river in the bottom of the valley where they take earth the aladeltistas. Turn to the left to begin the ascent to the hill Mirador, for serpentine road with very beautiful view.

Following 1,5 km arrives to the esplanade of La Cumbre where the hint of aladeltistas launching is. It doesn't possess any protection and falls to it itches to a very deep valley where the river runs Pintos.

Return to La Cumbre for the same road.

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