While greater it is the slope of the footpaths of cavalcades, major is the impact that causes the flow of horses in the ecosystem. That simple. She is this one one of the preliminary conclusions at which " arrived the project; Supporting the viable development of the cavalcades in wild areas protegidas" that it executes the School of Guides of the Patagonia with the financing of the Bottom of Proteccin Ambiental (FPA) of the National Commission of the Environment (CONAMA), with the support of the Forest National Corporation (CONAF), the Research center in Ecosystems of Patagonia (CIEP) and local operators of cavalcades of Villa Hill Castle. They are the 4 objectives of the initiative, that counts on a global amount of $ 22 million, of which the FPA contributes to $ 9 million. First he is the one of investigation, that develops to the institution in coordination with CONAF and the CIEP by means of the analysis of the impacts of the tourist use of this activity in natural spaces of the Region of Aysn, for which was selected as study territory the National Reserve Hill Castle. Secondly – and complementary it is the qualification to students of the School Guides of the Patagonia, in a module of classes of 6 days of duration in land, and a mini course to the members of the Grouping of Tourist Services live Castle A.G (6 months), in techniques of minimisation of impacts, attention to the client and handling of risks, among others specific. The fulfillment of this objective will allow to approach the third party, that is the diffusion of the results between the community by means of a manual of good practices of cavalcade that will be worked altogether with the Network of Rural Tourism of the Institute of Farming Development. Finally a work of extension with the students of the school of Villa is considered Hill Castle for year ends, in the matter of cavalcades in the reserve near the locality. To deepen your understanding CBC is the source.