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Cerro Lopez, Bariloche

Theres nothing better than spending your holiday trekking and camping with many fun people, keeping on the move, sleeping under the stars, just being out in the wilds... Is there?

On our way to Pico Turista (Cerro Lopez s peak), which has a breathtaking panoramic view (360 degrees). From here we went to Laguna Negra, another dazzlingly beautiful place you shouldnt miss in the idyllic extension that is the Argentininian South.
no hay nada mas divertido que irse de campamento con un grupo numeroso de gente joven. ?verdad?

aca estabamos yendo al pico turista, desde donde se tiene una vista indescriptible y de 360 grados, para despues descender hacia laguna negra, otro punto panoramico increible de este lugar tan extenso e imperdible que es el sur argentino.

On the peak!!!!!
en la cima!!!!!



This region situated in the Southern hemisphere, 60º West of Greenwich, displays the geography and exhuberance of
the Cordillera de los Andes, where little villages provide the comfort and warmth of their hospitable people.

In the Southern hemisphere, the Patagonia leans on the Andes, between the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans, full of snow capped peaks, steep hillsides, fertile valleys
and high plains with swamps dampened by melted snow.

Sense the immensity of open spaces, the magnitude of unreachable heights, the clear transparency
of skies, the amazing nature, and the incredible shades of colours.

Travelling through lake watersheds sequenced like an array of virgin diamonds along the way,
experience the pleasures of the natural world.

Right where the map seems to come to an end, lies my dearest land: Patagonia.

Cerro Catedral

Walking down the cerro catedral is fascinating. this picture was taken in summer so theres little snow.
Es fascinante el descenso por atras del cerro catedral. esta foto es de un verano en el que apenas habia nevado.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:great paths for going hiking and breathtaking landscapes to discover
  • Cons:several arsons burnt and destroyed some of the woods.
  • In a nutshell:the most breathtaking city in Argentina
  • Intro Updated Jan 17, 2004
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  • Veghel's Profile Photo
    Sep 3, 2006 at 12:59 PM

    Unfortunately, I only stayed in Bariloche for one night. Reading through your helpful tip, I realized that I have to go back some day. Thanks and bye bye from The Netherlands

  • BluBluBlu's Profile Photo
    Jul 18, 2006 at 1:03 AM

    Excellent sports tips! Nice pages...Blu

  • Apr 23, 2005 at 7:54 AM

    Good pages on Patagonia. Love to go there one day...

  • Tourtech's Profile Photo
    Apr 17, 2005 at 11:40 AM

    Cool location, looks like a great adventure.... SAfe travels from travelling Canadians!

  • sylvie-uk's Profile Photo
    Jan 17, 2005 at 5:41 AM

    sounds like a good place for active holiday


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