Here starts 80 km of ripio, when heading south. We were driving 20km/h in average, with a medium size Motorhome. 53 km/h average in a Land Cruiser. Good for all types of vehicles, but the road surface is bumpy and full of stones in some parts.
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Your average Patagonian ripio, nothing out of the ordinary. Southern Carretera Austral has worse sections. Deflate your tires and expectations and you will be fine. A little bit of speed goes a long way in smoothing the washboards.Report Check-In
80km of route in very bad condition. parts with a lot of stone 🪨 and he sawed. With our sprinter it took us about 3 hours. Prepare for an earthquake. landscapes are amazing
80km de ruta de muy malas condiciones. Tiene sectores con mucha piedra 🪨 otras con serruchó, así es toda la ruta. Nosotros demoramos 3hs aprox con nuestra sprinter. Prepárate para el terremoto pero con muy lindos paisajes.Report Check-In
For the moto amigos… the first 15kms headed south have some very lose excessively deep river pebble sections, staying in the car tracks is ok but now and then you end up in deep stuff without too much warning… then it gets better but still rolling around on marbles with the occasional surprise deep patch until 50kms in. Once you cross the last bridge over the Rio grande things get corrugated but with good traction and you can pick up the pace without too many surprises and much better grip.Report Check-In
From north to south the first 35 km till Pasarela are top today. Drove 50 with big rig. Afterwards a mess. Drove 25 !!! Ripio finishes at the Laguna Nueva.Report Check-In
if you are heading south, here begins the 80km of ripio, if you are heading north and reached this point, congratulations, the terror is over. We spent 4h1/2 to pass with a 7m motorhome, 20km/h on average, ripio in very poor condition.Report Check-In