45 min to 1 hr walk up the mountain stairs. Beautiful view from the top. Restaurant and tourist shops up top. If you don't feel like walking you can catch a cable car. 150 pesos for a return ticket or 75 pesos one way. But if you're not injured, do the walk, take a bottle of water. Beautiful sunset views.
Walked up here a couple of time whilst in Salta, there are over 1000 steps which wind towards the top. They are not too repetitive as the distance between each step varies. Very popular with local families on the the weekend. Views are spectacular. Can get the gondala if walking isn't your thing! Believe it is 150pesos return.
We decided to climb the San Bernardo hill where you can get a view of the city. The hiking path is found behind the Guemes monument, across the street. You'll find steps with the stations of the cross so you'll know you're headed in the right direction. The climb is moderate, for a regular hiker it will not be difficult... 更多
A lot of money for an average trip and view. Yes it's fairly high and you can look down over the city. But I didn't find it impressive and the cable car was expensive - 150 argentine pesos return. Wouldn't bother.!
I would say this is a must, the view is great and it is a great achievement climbing all the steps. It sounds a lot but it doesn't take too long, around an hour up there, and an hour down. Take some water and snacks with you as there wasn't a cafe open when I got to the top! If... 更多
This is another MUST whilst in Salta. Incredible view of the city and of the valley of Lerma. Can walk, drive or take the cable car up. Recommend the cable car.
The walk to the top at a normal pace will take you 30 minutes. You are shaded for the most of the stair climb by the trees. There are people exercising up and down the stairs throughout the day and tourists using this as an alternative to the cable car. Even the steps are not direct to the top..there is... 更多