Hiking in Jujuy

The perfect mix between aridity and vegetation that connects our feet directly with Mother Earth.

If you come to the province of Jujuy in search of hiking experiences, get carried away by the trails leading to Cerro Negro, or by the Quebrada de Humahuaca and its villages such as Maimará or Tilcara, from where you can even get to Calilegua. A clear blue sky, green mountains and “ancient” roads used by the inhabitants of the jungle, will open the way to an incredible experience in northern Argentina. Discover more hiking trips in Jujuy!
 
 
 
 
 

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This trekking is very accessible from Tilcara. From the summit you can see a large part of the Quebrada de Humahuaca. Although it does not involve great physical effort, it has a duration of 7 or 8 hours of mountain ascents and descents.

 

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Weather and best time to visit Jujuy

The best time is summer, although keep in mind that the heat during the day is really extreme. There is a great thermal amplitude in relation to the night, when temperatures can go down about 15 degrees

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Jujuy’s hiking trails follow the mountains, sometimes crossing them at more than 4000 meters of height and getting lost between streams and rivers. It’s key for you to have good physical endurance as well as to take an extra day for acclimatization.  

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