Aconcagua and the Inca Bridge
Portillo is the area and ski resort located in Los Andes, Valparaíso Region. A major winter resorts both at home and in the Southern Hemisphere.
Portillo is the oldest ski resort in South America. Its origin dates back to the construction of the Trans-Andean Railroad by English engineers in 1887. Skiing began performing as a way of entertainment by the British who worked on the play after the opening began the arrival of athletes.
Aconcagua Park offers a landscape of mountains of immense proportions, with long and deep valleys that contain large open spaces and endless views that are lost in the distance.
El Puente del Inca is a rock formation that forms a natural bridge over the River Caves. It is located northwest of the province of Mendoza, Argentina, and its curious past training and hotel baths have become a prominent tourist spot, now considered a protected natural area in the province.
What to take
- Food, water
Plaza Italia at the Metro Baquedano
In front of the theatre of the Universidad de Chile
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- In planning
- Meeting point
- Plaza Italia
- 8.00 a.m.
- Approx. 8.30 p.m.
- 1 day
- Transport, guide
- Additional costs