It can be accessed by the National Route 143.
This journey requires half a day. It is operable throughout the year.
Through the road mentioned above, towards the South, there is the place where “el Puma de las Pampas” lived, the gaucho Juan Bautista Bairoleto. There is a monolith and other buildings that remind people of him.
Further south, there is a historic colonial house, which belonged to Don Pedro Christophersen and the original square of the colony, nowadays reconstructed. The return is done through the Lake La Toma.
Note: The Circuit towards Punta del Agua (San Rafael) is preferred by Alvearenses, because there are, in addition to the mineral water, a campsite, much greenery and the surrounding mountains.