A) El Nevado: a volcanic hill at the limit with Malargüe (3810 m), on its slopes there are guanacos, maras, wild boars, etc. Mineral Waters in Punta de Agua and alternative adventure tourism. It can be accessed by the National Route 143, 144 and Provincial 180, recommended for four-wheel drive vehicles and operable preferably in the summer.
B) Mount Comán – Ñacuñán: Ñacuñán (Santa Rosa) is a natural reservation of the biosphere, which preserves the desert ecosystem. It can be accessed by the National Route 146, and Provincial Route 153.
C) Agricultural Circuit: visit wineries, vineyards and fruit farms, packaged juices and cider factories, drying fruit cellars and irrigation network. Everything in the outskirts of the city of San Rafael.
D) Los Jilgueros: in the region of the Cañón del Atuel, starting from el Puesto de las Tinajas, observe cave paintings, Silvestre fauna and awesome geological formations. Very close to the Puesto, you can see indigenous arts and crafts. It can be accessed by the National Route 143, and 173 Provincial.
E) Cañón del Cochicó: from the Valle Grande to the west of the dam, through a pedestrian trail, a small canyon very closed with impressive walls for the tourists. In the middle, there is a stream with waterfalls and small lakes. It can only be accessed by catamaran or boat.
F) Cajón del Cura, from Cañón del Atuel, trekking circuit through a very impressive basin originally from a river and good to start in mountaineering.