Cerro Aspero Pueblo Escondido

Cerro Aspero Pueblo Escondido

Cerro Aspero Pueblo Escondido
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paulm0407
Medellin, Colombia30 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Friends
We were a group of 15 persons and stayed there for one weekend.
Two guides picked us up at our hostel in Villa General Belgrano and drove us in their Land Rover. The ride took about 3 hours but we could already enjoy the very peaceful and beautiful landscape. After that we had to hike about 90 minutes and arrived at the Pueblo Escondido.
We stayed there for two nights and did a hike to the peak of the Cerro Aspero, visited the small but very beautiful art gallery, entered one of the abandoned mines and at our way back to the Land Rover we visited the waterfall Salto de Tigre.
We got very good food and enjoyed the homemade beer.
All in all it is a place for everyone looking for nature, peace, and silence. You have to know that there is no mobile reception or wifi. But this is what makes this place very special. I recommend it for everyone who wants to experience a little adventure.
Very impressive and unique.
Written December 9, 2015
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Alberto L
Cordoba, Argentina5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
Incredible place, your have to reach it by walking! It was really amazing. We got it from San Javier but you can also get it from Calamuchita. It was a great experience, I definitively recommend it.
Written November 10, 2022
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Martina
Buenos Aires, Argentina6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Couples
The most beautiful thing is the road!
Before reaching El Filo, you enter by car through an entrance that has a large sign that says "El vallecito-17km". The road is quite irregular due to stones, but by ordinary car you can get there taking great care. There you drive approximately 5km until you arrive by car until you leave it in a parking lot at will, until before the height of where it says Tono Albornoz Post. You walk about 300m more, and from there they charge you $500 for the entrance, and you begin a path of approximately an hour and a half. It has a lot of stones, some mud but mostly stones, on the way out it is almost all downhill, and on the way back it is mainly uphill. You have to follow the most marked path on the ground, sometimes there are pircas (stones one on top of the other) as a sign.
The path takes you to the tiger jump too, not to be missed! I recommend going there.
It gives you a feeling of insecurity as to whether you are on the right path or not, but you will get there. It is not recommended for people who are not used to walks of medium difficulty, nor for people with knee problems.
There are also guides who will take you, I recommend Pucho, who has a very good vibe 😎
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Written January 1, 2024
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1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Friends
Excellent trekking to hidden town/Aspero hill. In the town you can eat and drink, it has a bar. It is approximately 9 km round trip from the rural road
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Written February 25, 2024
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LaFénix2020
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
I went on a group trekking expedition and we arrived at Pueblo Escondido, the old abandoned mining town. A beautiful experience, coordinated by Alan the guide from 'Aventura Puntana' (Agency) Great; He explained everything to us (flora, fauna, history, etc.) and the beautiful landscape. Super recommended.
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Written October 31, 2023
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Taviolo
Buenos Aires, Argentina281 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Family
Wonderful all-day excursion. We hired the people from Cerro Áspero and from the beginning the service was excellent (all prior explanations were perfect, clarification of doubts, etc.). Alan a genius, without words really, a genius in kindness, knowledge, patience, an example of service. The excursion is super complete: 4x4 to Tono post (passing the Edge of the mountain), from there low difficulty trekking to El Salto del Tigre, a beautiful 30 meter waterfall where we take the opportunity to have some mates and learn more about the history of the hidden town to which we head on a trek of almost an hour, crossing wonderful landscapes and receiving all the information that Alan continues to tell us about the place we are going to arrive at. Arrived at Pueblo Escondido, the seemingly endless story continues (super interesting). We stop to have lunch there, some exquisite sandwiches with craft beer. From there you have one hour of free time to explore the entire property (after Alan's instructions). Incredible!! everything you visit is great. Once free time is over, you return on horseback. But it's not just a ride like that, everything that you previously went down is now done by the horse in a true adventure ride, with the cliff of the mountain range right there. Everything is super cared for by Alan and the people of "Tono". Return in 4x4 super full of adventure and new stories.
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Written October 8, 2023
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