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Bariloche Travel Guide

Explore Bariloche

Bariloche Cerro Catedral

Is located 19 k.m. from San Carlos de Bariloche, is one of the most important ski resorts, it is inside the Nahuel Huapi National Park with the magnificent view of the Nahuel Huapi Lake, is a lovely place to practice snow sports in the winter season, in summer, the mountain paths are open for hiking, riding, biking, climbing, and many other adventure sports.

Cerro Tronador

Tronador (Thunderer) is a extinct volcano, named for the roaring sound produced by the constant breaking of ice falling from the mountain's peak, it has 3,491 meters above the sea level, is a excellent challenge to climbers.

Llao Llao Municipal Park

Is a natural protected reserve of native forest and fauna, with 1,200 hectares, here one can find the Llao Llao Peninsula and Conejos Island, and forests of coihues, cordilleran cypresses, native bushes, canes, climbing plants, mosses and ferns, it is also home of diverse species of birds, reptiles and mammals

El Bolsón

Is a picturesque and vigorous community in the middle of the fertile Valle Nuevo, at the foot of the Piltriquitron Mountain, there is a handcraft fair offering a wide range of local products, el Bolsón is famous for its jams, cheese, beer and chocolates

Cerro Otto

The Cablecar (tel. 02944/441035) will carry you to the top of Cerro Otto, at an elevation of 1,450 meters, with impressive views of Lake Nahuel Huapi, the Llao Llao Peninsula, and the high peaks of Catedral and Tronador, as well as diversions as skiing, paragliding, trekking, climbing, dog-sledding.

Arrayanes Forest

The Arrayanes forest is located on Peninsula Quetrihué, home of magnificent arrayán trees that only grows here.

Histórico Tren a Vapor (Historical Steam Train)

The train follows the Nahuel Huapi shoreline, a unique steppe landscape, its first stop at Ñirihuau station, a panoramic point to admire the Catedral and Tronador mounts, and other natural wonders, in a trip in an historical train.

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