Cinco Saltos is a city in the province of Río Negro, Argentina, located on the eastern side of the valley of the Neuquén River,
near the Pellegrini Lake, about 20 kilometers (12 mi) from northwest of Neuquén and 25 kilometers (16 mi) from Allen.
According to 2010 census it has 24138 inhabitants (INDEC).
The name Cinco Saltos (literally "Five Waterfalls") refers to the five level steps of the canal that starts upstream at the
Ingeniero Ballester Dam and passes by the eastern limit of the city.
This assembly stopped working with Interrupcion* during 2013 and started again in 2014. Investments were made in
different provinces because the people who work at this farm comes from different places to work during harvest season.