|This route is in itself a show for its development in cornice with spectacular panoramic views. In the landscape stands out the hill El Pelado, Tafí del Valle that will be our starting point to arrive to the Jesuit Stay of La Banda and El Mollar that offers walks and cavalcades and the near reservoir La Angostura.
In the town they are still carried out crafts in rodocrosita or rose of the Inca, a precious stone that the Indians used in their crafts. It is the old territory of the culture tafí and of other later aboriginal civilizations. The town had its origin in the establishment of a Jesuit stay, to beginnings of the XVIII century. For their special climate, the diaguitas called Tafí the "splendid entrance."
It is an area of semi-arid and dry climate, characteristic of the high mountain. From this place an imposing view of Tafí of the Valley is observed.
The area has an immense dike, The Narrowness, where they can be practiced aquatic sports, if we skirt the dike is the Park of the Menhirs or Long Stones that are monuments of stone of an indigenous civilization that reached great development.
In The Lean one they take place festivals like the Youth's Party, The Party of the Greenness and the Party Employer Virgin of Covadonga.
The village has hotelería, gastronomy and camping site with all the services and capacity for 150 people and from the place they can be developed great quantity of activities: walks, cavalcades, trips and nautical sports.