- Those who are following my stories of Route 40 that I traveled by motorcycle in 2015 can access each of the stages through the references with links and images that they find at the end of this post.
- But starting today, when we are averaging the middle of the journey, I have decided to intersperse between each stage some stories and impressions of sites and places that I have taken the opportunity to visit.
- I have seen them as I pass by, I have crossed the signs indicating their location and, sometimes, I have had the time at my disposal to take a brief tour and learn a little more about them.
- Today I am going to talk to you about the highest road pass in the world outside Asia, the Abra del Acay, located in the jurisdiction of the province of Santa (Argentina).
- Route 40, also called Libertador General San Martín, is a legendary place to travel by car, motorcycle or hitchhiking.
- It occupies a privileged place among the most famous roads in the world, due to its length (it has more than 5,000 km), its landscapes and the regions it crosses.
- As a reference for those who lenn, I found this highway pass, in the second stage of my journey titled [The great journey of Route 40 in Argentina from north to south: the second stage, reaching Abra del Acay.] (Https: // hive. blog / ocd / @ patagonian-nomad / the-great-journey-of-route-40-in-argentina-from-north-to-south-the-second-stage-reaching-abra-del-acay).
- And today I show you some photos that for reasons of time and space I did not show you at that time.
Abra del Acay.
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