The tour offers a variety of colors and reliefs. Early in the morning along the river Mendoza we get a view of the majestic mountain range Cordon del Plata and the Potrerillos dam, colossal work for hydraulic power generation and water distribution for irrigation.
Our next visit will be Uspallata pre-Hispanic settlement of aborigin Huarpes and the southern last point of the Inca Empire as far as the Inca Trail from Peru.
Attractions: The Vaults of Uspallata, historic “adobe” (mud) buildings, where the chaplain Fray Luis Beltran which was used for casting cannons and guns.
After visiting the villages of Picheuta, polvareda, Punta de Vacas and Los Penitentes ski resort. Free time for the use of chair lift that allows us to enjoy beautiful panoramic views.
Later we will find our self along route the Puente del Inca with architectural work of strands and natural hot springs.
Continuing our direction and 2750 meters above sea level to the viewpoint of Cerro Aconcagua the colossus of americas of 6959 meters from where they were going to the Laguna Horcones and theAconcagua Provincial Park.
Following the international route to reach our ultimate destination, the village Las Cuevas which is in European-style located 3200 meters above sea level.
Between Las Cuevas and the international tunnel, its is the path that allows us up to “Cristo Redentor” monument, located 4200 meters above sea level, which symbolizes the union between Argentines and Chileans