| In the Northwest & Whose they are combined of unique way the rich history of our ancestors with the splendor that shines of the nature, transforming it into "Land of spectacular resistances", where their more dissimilar ends are combined: Valleys, Quebradas and Puna.
They are samples of this heterogenous mixture of landscapes, the Calchaquíes Valleys, Cuesta of the Bishop, the Gorge of Humahuaca, the millenarian indigenous Ruins, the cities of century XVI, the Route of Vino and the testimonies from the jesuítica presence.
The most amazing train of the world, the one that takes to clouds, ascends to 4,200 meters of height in a route of 217 kilometers. Nineteen tunnels, twenty-nine bridges, nine sheds and several culverts are the main colossal works of art that this engineer imagined to make specific the feat to cross and to scale the Mountain range of the andes.
The Gorge of Humahuaca constitutes a cultural itinerary of 10,000 years. It begins to 39 km of Jujuy, including about 170 km of valleys and mountains. The mountain ranges present/display different tonalities in agreement with the minerals that conform them. That landscape is between the 2000 and 4000 meters of altitude above sea level. Declared Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity.
The Calchaquíes Valleys are Jumps. This beautiful region of attractive imponderable mountainous areas with natural, offers between its fertile and warm valleys, a matchless sequence of nature, customs and histories. To cross valleys is to submerge in the green insondable of the Gorge of Escoipe, to introduce itself in the serpenteante way of Cuesta of the Bishop, to be confused between the teasels, to fix the glance and to be fused in nives of the Snowed one of Cachi.