Los Gigantes (The Giants) is a group of granite peaks located in the middle of the mountain ranges of the Sierras Grandes, 80km west by road from Córdoba, the capital of the province of the same name. This beautiful eroded rock formation is an excellent destination for trekking, rock climbing, or simply to get in touch with Nature.
Getting to Los Gigantes:
Permits & regulations:
- All visitors to Los Gigantes must pay an entrance fee of about US$2.5 per day at
- Lighting campfires (or using firewood) is banned, so carrying a portable stove is essential.
- Camp sites: free camping without facilities is available in several places in Los Gigantes. Best spots can be found in La Aguja Vita, Refugio CAC (club andino Córdoba refuge) and El Tío.
- All rubbish must be carried back to
La Rotondawith you.
The 100m high west wall of the Cerro de
Photo courtesy of .Luc.
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