Laguna La Oriental | Wild Camping

Argentina

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Last Visited: 6 months ago
GPS: -47.77184, -71.96378
Altitude: 1339.2 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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El Meandro

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Description

Beautiful scenery. Not really flat but directly at the shore. Exposed to the wind and very visible from the road (there is nowhere to hide on this road). But there is literally no one up here. While big rigs can fit here I would not want to drive the road here with one. Especially northwards there are very steep and inclined sections. Officially the road here is 4x4 only and for safety reasons I would stick to that. Be very careful (or avoid completely) coming here when wet; the road will be muddy and slippery.

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Agree with the below, stunningly wild.

Seriously windy, but we were fine two up on our g/s motorbike north to south and in a tent for the night.

Take your time on the route, some really rough/slippy/steep patches, normally all three at the same time!

I’ve included a couple of route photos, bit like the Bolivian alti Plano but without the horrendous washboard. About two dozen mad hairpins at the north of the route; steep corners with gentle route between them, many currently almost grassed over.

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Beautiful scenery. Not really flat but directly at the shore. Exposed to the wind and very visible from the road (there is nowhere to hide on this road). But there is literally no one up here. While big rigs can fit here I would not want to drive the road here with one. Especially northwards there are very steep and inclined sections. Officially the road here is 4x4 only and for safety reasons I would stick to that. Be very careful (or avoid completely) coming here when wet; the road will be muddy and slippery.

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