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The Traslasierra

The peaceful valleys to the west of the high Sierra Grande and Sierra de Achala are called the Traslasierra. The area is full of green valleys doused with sunshine and covered in brooks, streams and leafy trees. The town of Mina Clavero is the self-anointed capital of the region, and hosts drones of tourists throughout the summer season. There are several buses that run to and from Mina Clavero and C├│rdoba daily.

 



Other neighborhoods in C├│rdoba and the Central Sierras: The Calamuchita Valley , La Cumbrecita, Near Villa Carlos Paz and The Punilla Valley .







By Chris Hughes
Traveling South America to give Viva readers the most up-to-date information...
25 Aug 2009

Things to do in The Traslasierra

Parque Nacional de la Quebrada del Condorito

Parque Nacional de la Quebrada del Condorito can be found 18 kilometers (11.2 mi) from Mina Clavero. The park takes its name from the Quebrada del Condorito - an eroded canyon in the mountains where ...
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Mina Clavero, The Traslasierra , Argentina

Cascada de Toro Muerte

This chilly 7-meter waterfall is actually located approximately 5 kilometers (3 mi) north of Villa Cura Brochero, where a dirt road that passes San Lorenzo continues eastward until it reaches Cascada ...
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Mina Clavero, The Traslasierra , Argentina
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