Talampaya Canyon Area
Located at km 59 of National Route 76, this area allows access to the imposing Talampaya canyon and marvels at its enormous reddish walls, geoforms and petroglyphs.
- Vehicle tours (minibuses or 4x4 trucks): the access ticket includes the "Nature and Culture" tour, where you visit the petroglyphs station and a part of the Talampaya canyon (since there are limited places, it is advisable to make a reservation previous). In addition, there are other routes in minibus or 4x4 trucks that can be hired separately.
- Walking tours: there is a 250-meter self-guided pedestrian path called "Sendero del Triásico", with life-size replicas of the dinosaurs that inhabited the area. There are also four treks, lasting between three and five hours, to get to know the Talampaya canyon, the Shimpa canyon, the Don Eduardo ravine and the Gran Mirador (they take place at organized times and groups, always accompanied by a guide enabled).
- Bike tours: there are several guided tours that can be done by bike, of different levels of difficulty and duration. Some combine walks to reach the highlights of the park. More information on the departures and the authorized providers on the National Parks website.
If the trip coincides with the dates of the full moon, you can have a unique experience touring the park at night.