Hostel El Cielo

Address: Belgrano S N, San Antonio de los Cobres, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Belgrano S N, San Antonio de los Cobres, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from San Antonio de los Cobres

Back roads and big cacti

A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Aug 18, 2012

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... we recovered it quickly and were soon on our way.

Our first destination was a place called San Antonio de los Cobres, via route 51. If you look on Google maps, it is north-west of Salta, the satellite view shows how mountainous the area was. The road followed a river as it wound its way through the valley and the scenery was good. Apart from the mountains, we saw some huge cacti which Donna was particularly amazed by.

Train to the clouds

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 25, 2012

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... villages on the side along with a little bit of wildlife like donkey's goats, sheep, llamas and a few horses. There are cactus' that are up to 45 feet tall, so that pretty much is about as big as my penis. The train only stops two times. It stops once at the top and once at San Antonio de los Cobres, which is the highest city in Argentina. It's at 3700 meters. It is not as high ...

On y voit que du blanc

A travel blog entry by sglaude on Aug 18, 2011

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... but de la descente avec San Antonio de los Cobres a 3775m ou en rencontre le 'train des nuages' et les couleurs magnifiques de la vallée qui revient sur Salta.

From Purnamarca, I go and check Tilcara, and then go up to the Grandes Salinas. Again, colorful landscapes on that so sinuous road. On the salar, only white. ...

Train Beyond the Clouds to Viaduct La Polvorilla

A travel blog entry by jmabro on Apr 22, 2011

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... for free, I emailed and phoned the train company to cheekily ask for a discount. They said that it was possible BUT they needed my information for 1 month for the Buenos Aires to verify and validate the information, not sure who with?! Next I asked about seats on the day we wanted to go and all I got was a big NO, nothing available for another week. OK, time to try the Internet and, there they were, two seats available on the day we wanted them. Some quick clicking later ...

Valleys and Trains

A travel blog entry by dbadgery on Jan 05, 2011

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... grey roxk, then cacti started to appear. We stopped at the ruins of a pre-Inka village and lots of terracing and you could already feel the altitude. Then drove on, up into the Altiplano to San Antonio de Cobres and eventually found the La Povorilla viaduct (although not be the shortest route!) for the Train to the Clouds, at 4220m high - we'd being following the train track along the valley (it only runs in the winter months ...