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Cerro Tunduqueral, Uspallata

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  • Small hill on the outskirts of Uspallata characterized because that place is inhabited by the tunduques, small rodents that live underground. There are cave drawings.
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  • Now only you can visit Friday and weekends. Parts of the route are closed for restoration of the paths that were crumbling and the damage done by some visitors as well that for the moment the complete tour can be. There are plenty of sunshine, it is advisable to wear hat, sunscreen and water
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  • excellent ability to view petroglyphs around 7 km from origin uspallata huarpe and some possibly inca origin. Unfortunately not very protected some have suffered by awnless vandalism and effect of nature also is losing this heritage that requires prompt attention of specialists is free and accessible. The guide of the place that we had good guy does what it can. Urgent protection of this heritage
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