To dare to follow off road paths is the best way to know and feel this land. This activity allows people to mix driving skills, strength, and audacity, while they visit the most incredible places in Neuquén through paths that wind their way among forests and mountains.
To the southwest of Neuquén province, there is a special place on the Andes Mountain Range: the city of Junín de los Andes. It is the most important city in the Huiliches (“people of the south”) department, and Chimehuín (“place with houses”) River flows near it. It is located 237 miles from Neuquén Capital City, within the tourist area called Patagonia of Lakes. It is the oldest city in the province.