Once again Balcarce climbers can enjoy a good 5.7
The beautiful estancia at the base of Difuntos was actually owned by a Mexican drug lord's widow, who fled to Argentina in an attempt to control her dead husband's enormous wealth. Later commandeered by the Argentine army, Difuntos was closed off for several years. Here's a shot of Analia taking advantage of the area's newly reopened status, by topping out on the aesthetic 5.7 route De Las Avipas.
|Photo Location:||South_and_Central_America: Argentina: Buenos_Aires: Difuntos: Totanka|
|Route:||De las Abispas (Sixth from the left) - 5.8|