Group running sessions in Buenos Aires (2 hours)
El Origen, 3-day Trail running race in the Argentine Andes
Patagonia Run, Trail running race in Argentina – 10, 21, 42, 70, 110k & 100mi routes
Trail-running in the Buenos Aires Ecological Reserve
Argentina is a gorgeous country. Boasting stunning coastlines, verdant tropical forests and snow-capped mountain peaks, there is plenty of incredible scenery to explore. Heading on a trail running adventure is a great way to get out and enjoy these beautiful landscapes.
Best time to visit:
November to March
How to get there:
Any trip to Argentina begins with a flight into one of the two international airports in Buenos Aires: Ezeiza International Airport (EZE) or Aeroparque Jorge Newbery (AEP). Guides will either opt to meet you in Buenos Aires or you can take a local flight on to the starting point of the trip
What’s the weather like?
During the summer, average daily temperatures in Argentina range depending on where you head. In the mountains of Patagonia, average daily temperatures hover around 15 ºC (60 ºF). Meanwhile in Buenos Aires, average daily temperatures can reach the low to mid 30s (mid 80s to mid 90s). Rain is less frequent in the summer throughout the country
Situated on the southern cone of South America, Argentina is a large and diverse country, with plenty of great spots for trail running. From simple and short jogs through the ecological park of Buenos Aires to long distance runs in the Andes, there are plenty of different options to choose from. Among the top spots for trail running in the Andes is in Penitentes. This is where the three-day El Origen trail running race begins from. With sections in Aconcagua Park, Las Cuevas and Cerro Penitentes, the race combines stunning scenery with a challenging but rewarding trail. Another option is to head on a long distance run through Patagonia. Departing from San Martin de los Andes, racers can choose from a variety of distances ranging from 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) to 160 kilometers (99.4 miles). Regardless of what you choose to run, you will enjoy great scenery and enjoy parts of the Andes that could never be reached by vehicle alone
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