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Quebrada del Condorito National Park


The park lies on the Altas Cumbres road (Provincial Route 34) and is home to the popular Condorito Ravine, a deep canyon where condors nest. 

Seeing them up close and feeling the wind whistling through their wings, over your head, is an unforgettable experience that these mountains have to offer.

It can be visited all year round. Admission is free.

What to see
North and South Balconies

Through the La Pampilla entrance (Provincial Route 34, km 59.5), you reach the Achala Visitor Centre. From here, you can start the hike to the Condoritos River Ravine and the balconies for condor watching. 

The North Balcony, which is the most visited one, is a roundtrip hike of approximately 4 hours that does not require a guide. The South Balcony, a roundtrip circuit of 8 hours, can only be done if accompanied by an authorized trekking guide.

Picnic, fishing and camping

Through the Dos Puertas entrance (Provincial Route 34, km 47), you reach a picnic area (8 km away from Paso de las Piedras River) where sport fishing can be practiced, subject to prior authorization. There are no authorized trails in this area, but you can continue to La Trinidad Park Ranger Station. 

La Trinidad has a campsite without services. It is the starting point of the self-guided historical and cultural trail Baño de las Ovejas, a low-difficulty hike that takes approximately half an hour.

How to get there and move around

The park is 50 km away from Villa Carlos Paz along Provincial Route 34, km 59.5 (Altas Cumbres). There is uncovered parking space.

At La Pampilla, buses operated by the companies COATA and ERSA connect Villa Dolores-Mina Clavero-Villa Carlos Paz-Córdoba Capital City.

Where to stay

There are 2 authorized campsites without services that require that you register in advance and bring a heater with you. The park does not have food services or potable water.

The hotel and gastronomic offer of the valleys of Punilla and Traslasierras is very varied and complete.

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