Argentina

After nearly a month cycling through the Bolivian Altiplano it was time to face the notorious winds of the Argentine Puna.  Please click on the map below for more information and the actual GPS route that I cycled through Argentina.

Day 213– Villazon to near Azul Pampa

Day 214– Near Azul Pampa to Tilcara

 Day 216– Tilcara to El Carmen

Day 217– El Carmen to Salta

Day 220– Salta to near Almenia

Day 221– Near Alemenia to Cafayate

Day 223– Cafayate to near Santa Maria

Day 224– Near Santa Maria to hot springs

Day 225– Hot springs to Londres

Day 226– Londres to San Blas

Day 227– San Blas to Chilicito

Day 229– Chilecito to Posado de Olivio

Day 230– Posado del Olivio to Villa Union

Day 231– Villa Union to Guandacol

Day 232– Guandacol to Huaco

Day 233– Huaco to Campiamento

Day 234– Campiamento to San Juan

Day 236– San Juan to Media Agua

Day 237– Media Agua to Mendoza

Day 239– Mendoza to Maipu

Day 240– Maipu to Potrerillos

Day 241– Potrerillos to Uspallata

Day 242– Uspallata to border with Chile

 

To see all of my GPS tracks through Bolivia – CLICK HERE

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To see all of my GPS tracks through Singapore – CLICK HERE

To see all of my GPS tracks through Malaysia – CLICK HERE

To see all of my GPS tracks through Thailand – CLICK HERE

To see all of my GPS tracks through Cambodia – CLICK HERE

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If you have any questions, or want any further information about the routing that I took, then please get in touch by leaving a comment below or via email by clicking here – click here to email me direct!

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