Visiting a Tiny ALPINE VILLAGE with 30 Inhabitants in CORDOBA, Argentina ⛰️





Today we’re taking you on a little day trip to a tiny alpine village in the sierras of Cordoba. How tiny, you ask? It has a population of 30!

The town of Villa Alpina, whose name literally translates to Alpine Village, is a small community that can be reached via a winding dirt road 18 kilometres off the main road. The drive is an adventure in and of itself and we made plenty of stops along the way to enjoy the views and try to lure the cows from their pastures with our off-key singing…it didn’t really work.

This town is best known as the starting point for hiking Cerro Champaquí, which stands 2,790 metres above sea level and is the highest peak in the province of Cordoba. We didn’t come here to hike on this visit (that’s another adventure for a future trip), however, we did have a nice day exploring this sleepy mountain town, cooling down in the river, and trying to befriend all the local sheep and goats.

This is a pretty relaxed vlog, but we wanted to share the views with you and give you a taste of the laidback vibe here in the sierras.

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Visiting a Tiny ALPINE VILLAGE with 30 Inhabitants in CORDOBA, Argentina ⛰️

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  1. Oh bet that river feels good on your feet! The sheep are so cute!!! Stop for the goats. I love that little Chapel. Such a wonderful day! And you end with one of my favorite wines. (Not same winery)

  2. Hola chicos and Daniel, me gusto mucho este video sobre todo escucharlo en ingles . excelente descripción de los distintos lugares, del clima del rio, del restaurante super famoso de villa general Belgrano, de la costumbre de cenar tarde de los argentinos jajajaj. Muy dinamico y sobre todo escuchar hablar a Sam , Muchas gracias por este video de hace bastante…. pero interesante Villa Alpina. See you soon

  3. Did you guys stop making videos, or did I stop getting notifications? I was obsessed a couple years ago, but completely forgot about you. I'm subbed and everything. What happened!?

  4. Hola Samuel, Daniel y Audrey ! Que lindo viaje que hicieron ! Siempre es maravilloso volver a los lugares queridos ! Por lo que vi están adoptando los horarios argentinos para cenar !! El horario de la cena siempre es después de las 21:00 hs. En Canada es mucho mas temprano ! Felicitaciones por el video ! Saludos desde Buenos Aires !!

  5. Great views from that village! Loved to see the farm animals, sheep, goats, cows, roosters…That village seems to move in a totally different speed, so calm, I liked it a lot. The goulash you ate looked delicious, and it also reminded me of Europe, of Budapest, where I tried the same dish.

  6. The pasta in the dishes are spätzle & the sausage is a rauchwurst (rookworst in my language). And the sauerkraut fermented cabbage (in my language zuurkool). Food with a strong German influence.

  7. Beatiful guys. I remember when I was thirteen years old and went with my family to Villa General Belgrano. The ham sandwich I ate at Ciervo Rojo was incredible. I also remember it was carnival that time and I couldn't believe my eyes the way that german people celebrated dancing all night long. You should visit Río Reartes. It's wonderful.

  8. When I moved to V.G.Belgrano in 1986 there were a lot of Speemen…sailors from the Graff Spee…that is why its so German in that town…they have all passed buy now….They had all moved there in 1939 when the Graff Spee was sunk in Montivideo…they had two options …..back to germany (1940) or make a home in V.G.B. I know what I would have done…there are a lot of Canadians in Rio Quatro….they built a Candu Nuclular Reactor there in the 70s..these were my friends at the time ,,,,,,mostly canadian and germans…( the guy from P.E.I.)

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