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Information about Potrerillos:
Potrerillos is a town located 69 km from the city of Mendoza, on the Andes. It is accessed by national route No. 7, which connects to Chile.
In the Luján de Cuyo department, the Potrerillos mountain districts - such as El Salto, Valle del Sol, Las Vegas, El Carmelo and Las Carditas - are reborn with investments aimed at an international public and complete the offer of elegant inns that wine tourism has. .
Potrerillos is a tourist village that offers visitors hotels, cabins, restaurants, supermarkets, travel agencies, adventure tourism and more.
From November to March, the mountain paradores are meeting places for young people, barbecue and live music. Beer and drinks are imposed on the wines and the loin sandwich and grilled pizza are also very popular. In addition to typical dishes, the traditional parador Argentina Rafting offers rafting down the river, canopy, rock climbing and hiking through the hills.
In Potrerillos we recommend that you enjoy: Horseback riding, Trekking, Climbing, Zipline, Mountain Bike, Bungee Jumping and Raftinf, among its most popular activities.
Its most visited places that you cannot miss are: Mendoza River, Potrerillos Lake and Vallecitos, the latter especially in winter, to explore the snow and have fun playing with a sledge.
Information about Uspallata:
Uspallata is part of the province of Mendoza located at a crossroads (Route 7, Route 52 and Route 149). Along with the city of Uspallata runs its river, called Río Uspallata that joins the Río Mendoza.
This historic town was the meeting place for the army troops that crossed Los Andes under the command of General José de San Martín and currently has accommodation, restaurants, service station, shops, mechanical workshop, medical post and the Infantry Regiment of Army Mountain. In the town you can visit the Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Carmen de Cuyo.
Here are some places you can visit: Uspallata's Vaults, 7 Colours Hill, Picheuta Bridge and Paramillos Mine.