In its full extent, the national Route 150 has a length of 389.500km, 303.850km belonging to San Juan.
Various different roads and paths branch off from here, leading to Chile.
The transhumant grazing of the herdsman has been traditionally carried out for centuries within specific geographic locations: longitudinal valleys of the high Andean region.
The fertility of its valleys makes Jachal into an excellent region for agricultural production.
River of the Groves; Land of Metals. In the indigenous language these are two possible translations for Jachal, name of the third largest department in San Juan.
The overhead view lets us appreciate the nature that surrounds our province.
A tremendous asset to the province because of its location and access to national and international highways.
Currently known as the El Aleton. Dark, confined and rocky. Its slopes are sometimes cut off by landslides.
Reaching almost one million hectares, this is one of the most protected areas in all of the Argentinian Republic.
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