Archeological site Tunduqueral
Also known as "Apus Tundunqueral", is located seven kilometers from the site of Uspallata, only 2 km from Sol del Aconcagua, for a group of Aboriginal Inca was a sacred place, where on full moon nights the women gathered to celebrate female rituals. This activity was reflected in petroglyphs and rock paintings or are in the southernmost of three pyramidal peaks are aligned in a north-south axis. In this place you can find a variety of Jarilla, not common elsewhere in the region because its leaves are always oriented north-south and leaves the face looking east. This sector is now protected by the Municipality of Las Heras and the reserve of the province. The local guide, a volunteer firefighter named Victor, that the Huarpes Indians came there to recharge their energy.