In its entire extension, the National route 150 has a length of about 389,500 km and 303,850km of them belong to San Juan.
It is formed by Los Patos River. It is very important because from this point, different roads and paths lead to Chile.
The transhumant shepherding of the shepherds has been carried out for centuries in a geographic space with special characteristics: longitudinal valleys of the high Andean region.
The fertility of its valleys turn Jachal into an excellent region for agricultural production.
Grove River. Land of metals. In Native language, these are two possible meanings for Jachal, name of the third department in the surface of San Juan.
From the air it can be appreciated the nature that surrounds our province and we know how to find the exact moment to capture that immensity.
It is a strategic work because of its location and the access to national and international routes. This scenario offers many benefits for the region.
Today it is known as the El Aleton. It is dark, really boxed and rocky. Its slopes are raised and interrupted by landslides.
It has almost one million hectares and it is one of the most protected areas of Argentina Republic.
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