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I was a little scared for the amount of climbing I had pencilled in for this stage and feared a lot of it would be on ripio. But, without doubt the best days riding ever! Superb roads (only 20k of pretty reasonable ripio in the middle), out of this world scenery, and little wind. The day was also helped that after 30k (nearly all up ...
... places with availability is pretty short, so maybe we're lucky to find anything. This is what we'd expected from peak season, warned in advance that people flock to this area to drive around, to hike, to camp - and for good reason, as it's so very lovely. Here they all are.
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We dump our stuff and go to town to try and find something to eat. After establishing we're allowed to park in a bay that may be for handicapped drivers, ...
... of cherries, cold out of the fridge. Yumm...we are in heaven right now! We are definitely liking our first day in Patagonia :)
After a 1-1/2 hour break, we begin making our way to Buta Ranquil, passing by good views of the valley below us and volcano looming over us. The mountains are making their own weather again and the sky is getting darker. Big, fat drops slowly start falling when we only have 2km more to go. Gusts of wind try ...
... the side of a wonderful lake. This road was just magical with non stop curves. Of course that is great so long as you are on your own with no slow trucks or cars ahead but when you catch up with them its a nightmare to get passed.
The weather today was just great and I even decided that there was no need for a neck warmer before leaving the hotel. But then looking ahead up the side of the lake it looked really wet and rainy up ahead so a ...
... time and after clearing a final section with construction, traffic and several very slick patches, we hit pavement again. The next 30 KM presented a beautiful stretch of road and led us to the town of San Martin de los Andes. Claudio re-counted having been to the town 25 years earlier when he met up with his friend Martin and camped in the hills outside of town. Since that time the town has been developed quite a bit, ...