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Bajo De Veliz San Luis
Argentina

Bajo de Véliz

El bajo es una profunda y angosta depresión de 12 km de largo, recorrida de sur a norte por el arroyo Cautana, a escasos 35 km de Santa Rosa del Conlara, en el sector noroeste de la Sierra de San Luis.
Partiendo desde Merlo por la Ruta Provincial Nº5 hacia el oeste hasta Santa Rosa del Conlara, a partir de allí unos kilómetros más y se llega a el Duraznito.
Aquí por Ruta Provincial Nº43 -de tierra- hace falta recorrer 15 Km más, el camino corre en plena sierra, el paisaje ya no se mira, uno es parte de la belleza.
Al llegar a la Quebrada del Bonete comienza un pronunciado descenso de 4 Km que sedemboca en el extremo sur del Bajo. Los farallones cubiertos de vegetación, el arroyo rumoroso en el centro, un silencio que casi no interrumpen los escasos pobladores y estamos en la cantera de las famosas "pizarras de San Luis". 
El bajo formaba parte del continente Gondwana, constituido por lo que hoy está separado en Africa, una parte de América del Sur, la Antártida, Australia y la India. En el se encuentran fósiles de animales y plantas hoy desaparecidas o existentes en otras latitudes.
Este yacimiento paleontológico es una angosta y alargada depresión en sentido norte-sur de 12 Km. de largo y 1 Km. de ancho, enclavado en el borde nororiental de las Sierras de San Luis.
Sus particularidades climáticas: abundante vegetación, fauna autóctona, arroyos de aguas permanentes y escarpados bordes serranos le confieren, al Bajo Véliz, un marco particular.
Hace más de 320 millones de años, movimientos internos de la tierra provocaron la fracturación de la Sierra de San Luis, generando esta depresión, que fue seguidamente rellenada por los desechos provenientes de la erosión de las rocas sedimentarias, areniscas y limos, quedando sepultada la flora y fauna existente en el Período Carbonífero de la Era Paleozoica.
Fuente: http://www.camiare.com/circuitos.php?tipoID=21


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Copyright: Marcelo Botta
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10244x5122
Taken: 28/01/2011
送信日: 12/02/2011
更新日: 08/03/2015
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