Tuesday, April 29, 2014


The highest peak in the National Park

Road 40 to South – Lake Gutierrez – Lake Mascardi – Vuriloches valley – Pampa Linda and Black Glacier

This tour offers you the chance to see one of the most wonderful areas of the National Park Nahuel Huapi. You will be in contact with nature, visiting rain forest vegetation zones, lakes, beaches, mountains and incredible waterfalls. You can also make a short hike to Garganta del Diablo, one of the biggest Waterfalls. In this excursion, you will get to the base of the Mount Tronador, the highest peak in the Park, with 3.478 mts. above the sea level. This volcano is a natural limit between Argentina and Chile.
Besides these outstanding landscapes, you will also contemplate natural and uncommon events, such as hanging glaciers falling down and producing important noises similar to thunders (truenos), reason why the volcano is called Tronador. You will also see the Black Glacier, composed by ice mixed with volcanic ash and sediments, giving it its grayish colour.

View from Pampa Linda valley.

Black Glacier.

Some of the many waterfalls.

Castaño Overa Glaciaer.

Heart Island. I wonder why the named it like that...

Outings: Daily
Pick up time: 09.00am to 06.00 pm
Important: You must pay $80.00 pesos for Park Fee. This is not included in the tour price, such as lunch. You can take you own lunch box or eat at a restaurant there.

What are you waiting for? Get in contact with me right away to hire this and many other tour options to enjoy your visit to Bariloche! E-mail me to ventas@barilocheselect.com.ar or visit me at Bariloche Select Travel, located on Villegas St. 237 (downtown).

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