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Mauricio Herzog, Rio De Janeiro, RJ, Brazil

Short ride in Salta: Quebrada San Lorenzo

Short and to the point:

- Salta is a city and province (state) in a very mountainous region on the North of Argentina

- It offers a mix of road, trail and MTB cycling

- This ride was my first in Salta, and it started with trails on some backroads, until we arrived in a very charming area of Salta: Quebrada de San Lorenzo.

- San Lorenzo is active area, with lots of adventure tourism options

- It is also a very charming area on the foothill of one of Salta´s many mountains

- The climb to get to San Lourenzo is very short, but the trail can continue by foot up the mountain, along one of the many rivers that flows from the mountains into the city

- The main road of the Quebrada of San Lorenzo offers many dining and snack options

- Enjoying the river banks on a sunny summer day is very popular among local residents

- The ride back was along two main roads, both of which had a separate path for cyclists
 

Map:

- https://www.relive.cc/view/805734265

Type: 
Ride
Workout_type: 
default
Date: 
2016-12-18T15:06:25Z
Avg Pace: 
4:09/km
Elevation: 
453
Distance: 
39371.7
Moving time: 
9797
Activity id: 
805734265
Strava title: 
Pedal em Salta: La Aguada > San Lourenzo
Total photo count: 
12
Title: 
Short ride in Salta: Quebrada San Lorenzo
Summary Polyline: 
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Average speed: 
4.019
Language: 
English
Mauricio Herzog, Rio De Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
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