The path to GUALEGUAYCHÚ, if you depart from Buenos Aires, doesn't take too long. It's almost 200 miles and once you've passed the two bridges that lead to the PCIA and Entre Rios, you'll see where your final destination is. The lowlands are dedicated mostly to livestock, this being a Mesopotamian region, it's crossed by many small and large streams so that when it rains the people can get water. The vegetation in this area is what you might expect to find in Mesopotamia.
The Way to Christ the Redeemer, is a high mountain road with stunning views as you climb higher and higher. From the junction with National Route 7 and the Route 40 road, which is paved, it becomes narrower, about 6.70 meters, for most of its route. Once you pass the bridge over the Rio Blanco it becomes even narrower and there is only one way. In this zone, its width is 4.70mtos and only one vehicle at a time can pass. You have to be very careful as it has many dangerous curves, as you can see in the photos, such as Miriam Curve, the Curved Bridge over the Rio Mendoza, the Curve of Time, Soberaría Curve, etc.. Between the months of May to September there is partial or total closure of this route, since it is winter and there are heavy snow storms and the danger of avalanches of mud or stones.
An incredible tour was getting off the plane heading straight to Pinamar some 400 kilometres from Buenos Aires. On this rare tour we saw a village or a small town, and as we approached it we saw kilometres and kilometres of endless green fields with occasionally accompanied by a horse or a cow enjoying the area. It was wonderful peace and quiet.
The road connecting the Rio Cuchi Corral Pintos is an adventure for both the car and the BTT. Mountain biking is an extreme adventure, as the track of earth and stones, downhill, is in bad condition, is very twisty and there are many fords and streams. The scenery is phenomenal. As you go down, you're interning in an indigenous forest, scattered with and cactus. Finally, after 10 miles of curves, Pintos get to the river, one of the most lovely of the Sierras de Córdoba.