The Campo de los Alisos National Park was created in order to protect a representative sample of the montanos jungle and forest ecosystem.
This national park was created in order to protect a representative sample of the montanos jungle and forest ecosystem. Annual rainfall here oscillates between 100 and 200 mm.
The park is located on the eastern slope of the Nevados del Aconquija. The Aconquija mountains are the southern extension of the Calchaquíes Valleys, the western first steps raising from the Chaco-Pampean plain.
Flora and fauna vary considerably with the different heights, from a jungle at lower levels to snow-covered mountainous terrain at 5,000 m.
The Aconquija mountain rain is the southern extension of the “Calchaquíes” summits. It is the first west mountainous step of the “chacopampeana” plain.
The Campo de Los Alisos National Park is located on the “Nevados del Aconquija” eastern slope. Its peaks limits with Catamarca Province, between the “Las Pavas” river –in the north- and the “Jaya” river –in the south-. Its most important height is in the “La Bolsa” hill.