We will meet at 9 am. train station Cañuelas
where we have ample parking, to leave our vehicle.
Walk around part of the city of Cañuelas, and we go into rural roads in search of the trail that will take us to Uribelarrea, a small town frozen in time, scene of numerous films such as "Juan Moreira" and "Evita" by Alan Parker.
Cycling along a dirt road consolidated in very good condition transporting us to the heart of Uribelarrea.
Walk around the town
the main square of rare octagonal design which share four diagonals, the church opened in 1890 inside which retain original stained glass to be used then in 1996 to the filiation of the movie "Evita" by Alan Parker, the brewery La Uribeña and abandoned cemetery. The Uribe train station and next to it the Museum of machines and tools "Father Leopoldo Rizzi", there pieces are exhibited related to agricultural development in the region A service station converted into a store.
At noon we will eat at Palenque, a typical restaurant from place in front of the main square which dates back to 1860 as an old warehouse at.
In the late afternoon we will take a few mates in the square, from where we will return not before visiting Salesian Don Bosco School, site where we can buy cheeses, homemade milk jelly and wines.
Finished the day around 18 pm. we will be arriving at the station Cañuelas for our vehicles and return address.
Level: Beginner through
Km Approx.: 45 km
Roads: 90% dirt, 10% asphalt
Traveling by car [Click here]
From Constitution Square is the electric train service TMR, with transfer to a diesel service in Ezeiza. Stops in Máximo Paz, Vicente Casares, Alexandre Petion, Kloosterman (Farm of SMATA) La Garita and Cañuelas. Frequency: 45 minutes. Total travel time: one hour 45 minutes.
-Permanent coordination (previously relieved way)
-Light mechanical assistance.
-Guides & Coordinators specially trained.
-Equipment VHF and cell phone for emergencies.
-Free Verification of the mechanical condition of the Mountain Bike.
- Information meetings in Buenos Aires prior to travel.