If you visit this place in December and January, you can be part of the “Faenas de Esquila” (Dec), where around 1500 sheep from the “corriedale” breed are sheared daily and our “Fiesta a la Chilena (Chilean Party)”, where it is represented all the deep-rooted traditions from the men of the area in all its extent. It consists of taming young horses and sheep, horse races, sheep dogs competence, and a popular music party as a closing activity.
You will also be able to see a Chilean rodeo show, where you will be stunned with all the skills that riders show while riding their spirited steed.
You can also visit:
Cerro Castillo Cemetery.
It is a recinct that has in its place graves from at least 18 former colonizers from the area. It was declared National Monument in 1972 and there is no record about the people that rest in that place, just data given by some inhabitants.
It is a construction built in 1906 and still today develops shearing labors.
It is located in the main square of Cerro Castillo. It was founded in 2007 as a way to pay homage this noble animal, essential in the development of the town.