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At 9:30 AM we leave Salta city for the starting point of the ride. This area is surrounded by dense forest, which served as the best protection for General Güemes’ troops during the Independence War against the Spanish Conquistadors.

Meet the horses. Last minute packing. We ride through the forest and pass along its peculiar trees (algarrobos, talas, caldenes, molles, etc.). There is plenty of wildlife in the area: wild boars, deer, foxes, hares, etc. We might have the chance to see some and, in the season, an amazing number of butterflies.

We pass small hidden valleys and water streams. At midday we stop for a barbecue and a refreshing after-lunch rest. 

The ride moves on along the hill tops from where we have a magnificent view of the whole area.

After saying farewell to the horses. Transfer back to Salta city where we arrive at aprox. 6:30 PM.

Rate: Ask for quotation

Days: One full day

Dates: All year round. No minimum group size. Reservation required

Horses: Mountain horses

Pace: Slow – 3 hrs in the morning and 3 hrs in the afternoon

Level: Suitable for novice to experienced riders

Weather: Summer Hi 86°F - Lo 50°F; Winter Hi 70°F - Lo 32°F

Meeting place: Downtown Salta city. Airport: Salta city (flight via Buenos Aires – Argentina)

Included: Transfers in/out Salta city. Barbecue at lunch.

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