Aconcagua Mountain, Mendoza

Seen from the hill of the mountainous chain of Espinacito, this hill is 6,922 m.a.s.l.

Subida al cordón del Espinacito, San Juan

Climbing to the Espinacito mountainous chain, San Juan.

It is located 4,536 m.a.s.l. it is the highest point of Los Patos path.

Río Blanco, San Juan

It is originated from the melting of Los Andes mountain range that ends in Los Patos River. Together with Patos Sur River, they are its main tributaries.

Río Blanco, San Juan
Bajada hacia el Río Rocín, Chile

Slope to Rocín River, Chile

Today it is known as El Aletón. It is dark, boxed and rocky. Its mountain sides are raised and interrupted by landslide.

Los Patos Valley and y La Honda river. San Juan, Argentina.

This scenario was part of the 11th journey of the march planned by San Martin.

Valle de Los Patos y río La Honda. San Juan, Argentina.
Subida a la Quebrada Honda, San Juan

Slope to Honda gully, San Juan

Every year thousands of people revive the feat of San Martin, crossing Los Andes mountain range by mule.

Tigre mountain range, San Juan and Mendoza

It forms part of the Frontal mountain range that is parallel to the Principal mountain range and it extends about 100 km north-south of the Aconcagua and it is parallel to Las Vacas valley.

Cordillera del Tigre, San Juan y Mendoza
Mula carguera

Burden mule

This mule belongs to the shepherds of Chile and it transports cheese in packsaddles.

Mule roundup, San Juan

Natural pasture in Los Patos Sur Valley.

Arreo de mulares, San Juan

Photography / Los Andes Crossing