The Cattle Driving Route is a journey that holds a lot of history and tradition.
It is part of the stretch of the mountain range used by the Patagonia Tehuelche people more than 3,000 years ago. Later it was used by the Chilean-Argentine Company for trading cattle from El Bolsón, Argentina to Cochamo, Chile.
This binational route invites us to know the life of the cattle drivers (muleteers), in a life experience full of adventure that starts in the heart of the mountain range. Together with them was the horse, the main transportation, and the faithful companion dog, that made up a perfect team to cross the mythical mountain range driving animals for several days.