Hiking TraIl nearby Las Lajas population.

Hiking TraIl nearby Las Lajas population.

The largest locality in the area is Cutral-Có, with a population of 47,380 persons, at a distance of 118.468 kilometers from the center of the map.
The nearest is Las Lajas (4,673 persons), at a distance of 0.554 kilometers.

The following indicators give us an idea of the difficulty of the route:
  1. Trail length: 14.884 kilometers.
  2. Min height: 712 meters above sea level.
  3. Max height: 785 meters above sea level.
  4. Average height: 732 meters above sea level.
  5. Average slope uphill: 1.518 %.
  6. Average slope downhill: -1.665 %.
  7. Mathematical difficulty index: 1.112.

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Nearby points of interest.

You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, Departments

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. La Buitrera (Neuquén)

Departments

  1. Departamento Picunches

Other interest places

  1. Ruta Nacional 242 (Argentina)

Nearby localities

  1. Las Lajas ( Population: 4,673 persons, At a distance of 0.554 kilometers from the center of the map)
  2. Mariano Moreno ( Population: 2,225 persons, At a distance of 42.417 kilometers from the center of the map)
  3. Zapala ( Population: 31,534 persons, At a distance of 54.312 kilometers from the center of the map)
  4. Loncopué ( Population: 4,323 persons, At a distance of 59.872 kilometers from the center of the map)
  5. Aluminé ( Population: 3,720 persons, At a distance of 101.711 kilometers from the center of the map)
  6. El Huecú ( Population: 1,399 persons, At a distance of 108.779 kilometers from the center of the map)
  7. Cutral-Có ( Population: 47,380 persons, At a distance of 118.468 kilometers from the center of the map)
  8. Plaza Huincul ( Population: 12,273 persons, At a distance of 119.945 kilometers from the center of the map)

Nearby trails.

  1. Margen Izquierda Rio Agrio (at a distance of 0.001 kilometers)

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