Find the answer to the questions that usually arise when embarking on a bike trip. You will also find tips and recommendations for bike travelers, and quality information about biketouring, bikepacking, biketours, cycling routes, campsites and accommodations in Patagonia, Argentina.
CYCLING TIPS & RECOMMENDATIONS
I want to make a bicycle trip, what do you recommend? 13 biketouring tips.
- Avoid heavy and bulky objects
- Avoid 100% cotton garments, since if they get wet they take a long time to dry.
- Bring the essentials, calculating the number of days you will be pedaling. Travel light.
- Don’t push your body to the limit, or you won’t be able to continue the next day.
- Stay hydrated, eat healthy, start your day early, so you will have time to rest and recover muscles during the afternoon.
- Everyone has their own travel pace, 40km to 50km per day is a good distance.
- Take small breaks of 15 minutes every 10km.
- Don’t let your body get too cold during the day.
- Remember to stretch your body before and after each stage.
- Eat lightly and often throughout the day. At night, a hearty and hot dinner.
- Remember that campsites and supply stores do not usually accept credit cards. Always take cash.
- If the weather gets really bad, find shelter, and continue when it improves.
- And most importantly, ENJOY every kilometer, every landscape and every moment of the trip.
What is the best time of the year to practice mountain bike in patagonia?
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The best time of the year to pedal in Bariloche is from October to mid-May.
During spring (October – December) the rivers and streams are usually mighty due to the thaw. The temperature is mild and there can be mud on some trails and traces of snow on high peaks. Yellow and violet colors predominate because of the flowering of brooms and lupines. These months are ideal for exploring new routes and for multi-day cycling trips with organized lodgings.
In summer (January – March) it rains very little. January is hot and the ground is dry. Summer is the best time of the year for biketouring with camping gear. It is also the best time of the year to hire a guided tour by the road of the 7 lakes. There is a lot of tourism at this point, so it is convenient to book lodgings and excursions in advance.
Autumn (April – May) is the best season for enduro and downhill fans. The ground within the woods becomes moist, which provides very good traction. The air is usually fresh and dust free. There is not much tourism, therefore the bike routes and circuits are decongested.
In winter (June – September) it is possible to ride a bike, but only wearing very technical sports clothing. You should plan short rides and choose sunny and windless days. You should avoid elevated areas, since the snow usually acumulates in some sectors.
How should i prepare and/or equip myself for a bike ride?
The first thing you should do is look at the weather forecast and make sure your bike is in good condition. You must wear clothing according to the time of year. Gloves and windbreaker are essential. Always wear a helmet, and if you are going to practice downhill or enduro, the full face helmet is the best option. Don’t forget to bring a tool kit, patches, pump, and a bike light. If you carry a backpack, make sure it is small, comfortable and has body adjustment straps.
If you are going on a multi-day trip you should equip your bike with panniers and take camping equipment. You must study the route, analyze the altimetry and define the stops and breaks of each stage. You have to organize the logistics and decide if it is better to bring your own bike or rent a bike to make the trip.
It is also advisable to bring your cell phone with maps of the area and the route loaded on the phone or on a GPS.
You should bring nutritious food with high calories and low weight. Bariloche has plenty of fresh water available all year round, except in summer when the streams tend to dry up. Carry at least 1 liter of water per person when you go on an excursion. You can view a list of recommended items and accessories by clicking the links.
Which is better? Panniers, trailer or bikepacking gear?
Biketouring with panniers is long-distance cycling, a recreational, sporting and non-competitive activity that combines physical activity and tourism. It consists of traveling by bicycle visiting places carrying luggage inside rear or front panniers. It is the preferred modality for most people given its versatility and storage capacity.
Bikepacking is the most extreme version of cycle touring; little luggage, shorter and more complex gravel routes or trails of considerable technical difficulty. The luggage is reduced to the handlebar area (tent and sleeping bag), the bicycle frame (tools and food) and the large under-seat bag (clothing).
The difference in a practical sense is that bikepacking gives us greater freedom when choosing routes. The load is much smaller and the absence of a luggage rack and large saddlebags on the sides allows us to pedal on narrow paths and more difficult routes. The disadvantage is that you must be minimalistic when choosing what to wear. The cargo volume is very limited. Another disadvantage is that the loading/unloading procedure is complicated. For these reasons I recommend the “bikepacking” modality only for experienced bike travelers.
The touring trailer performs very well on asphalt, and has great loading capacity. It is very easy to load and unload, and does not affect the balance of the bike.
It is possible to combine different cargo modalities, for example, rear panniers + front bikepacking harness. This is recommended for long routes with high % of gravel road. In this way we do not overload the rear luggage rack and avoid breakages, without sacrificing load capacity.
Do I sleep in a tent or do I sleep in lodgings?
This is the first question that comes to mind when we decide to go on a bike trip. Below we will list the advantages and disadvantages of each modality. We will also provide you with a list of contacts that will be very useful if you need to plan your stops.
SLEEP IN A TENT
- It is the cheapest lodging. Campsites are paid per person, on the other hand, cabins and dorms must be payed
entirety and usually have 4 or more beds that you will have to pay for, even if you do not use them. Therefore if you travel alone or in two it is very convenient to sleep in a tent. There are even some free camping or wild
camping areas where you can sleep without spending a penny.
- You will experience the true essence of biketouring. Carrying your tent will give you freedom, flexibility and
autonomy, benefits that you will not have if you stay in cabins. You can also change plans on the fly, without
losing reservations or accommodations you already paid for.
- Sleeping meters from a lake on a sandy beach, or under the stars can only be experienced in a campsite with a
tent. The best spots inside the campsites are reserved for tents, and campsites with privileged locations usually don’t have cabins.
- Natural áreas and national parks have more campsites tan cabins. Taking a tent will give you flexibility when
organizing the trip. In addition, campsites always have room for a tent, and it is not necessary to make
reservations. Cabins are usually full in high season.
- If things get complicated and you cannot reach your destination for that day, you can set up your tent and rest. No problem. You have everything you need to get through that moment. The tent is like a life insurance on a bicycle trip.
- You will carry more weight on the bicycle (2kg of tent and 1kg of sleeping bag and insulation)
– Sleeping on the floor witha a mat can be uncomfortable for many people, especially if you have to do it for 4 or 5 days in a row.
- Persistent rains at night or strong winds can complicate you a lot. It is essential to check the forecast before
departure. We recommend the tent if you are going to travel in December, January or February, which are the
driest and hottest months.
SLEEP IN CABINS, DORMS OR DOMES
- Clearly the comfort of a bed is something that many seek, especially after making a lot of physical effort during the day.
- Some cabins may have fire stoves and are generally warmer than a tent.
- You carry less weight on the bike
- If you travel with a group of 4-5 people, the cost per person of a cabin is not that high. In this case, it might be
convenient to choose this option.
- During cold or rainy months, having a roof at the end of the day is convenient to recover temperature and dry
equipment and clothing. These months are usually during early spring and late fall. In summer the weather is
dry and hot. We recommend hiring lodgings in October, November or April.
- It is necessary to book in advance and plan your trip well, calculating the daily distances of pedaling to meet
- The cabins are expensive, they do not usually have a lake shoreline, nor are they usually located in such
privileged places as the campsites. Some lodgings do not take reservations for a single night.
- There are fewer options and it is hard to find a place during high season (January and February) It is difficult to get the phone numbers and location of these cabins. That being said, here is a list of valuable
contacts for hostels, dorms, cabins and domes throughout the region, to make your accommodation search easier.
Self guided or guided tour? What is best for me?
Riders tend to stick together as a group with the guide. There are predefined regroup and rest stops. The guide sets the pace and points out warnings, curious facts and points of interest during the ride.
Each day has a schedule that must be met. There is a time for breakfast, lunch and dinner. At the end of each stage we stop at hotels or cabins. Everything is organized so that the participants are comfortable and well fed during the trip.
Flexibility and cost
Departure dates and the duration of the journey are specified in our tour calendar. Less variety of routes available. The cost is higher, compared to a self-guided trip. You will share the experience with people from different provinces or countries.
Guided tours may have additional and complementary activities. Our Manso Valley Multiadventure tour includes rafting for example. We also organize short trekkings to get to know each place in depth.
The guide and tour assistant will take care of mechanical breakdowns and medical emergencies. The vehicle can carry passengers who are unable to pedal. The truck also carries a first-aid kit, fresh fruit, water and spare parts for the bikes.
You travel alone at your own pace. You can decide when to stop and the duration of your breaks. You can download GPX file and the points of interest to your phone so you don’t miss anything or get lost during your journey.
You must plan your meals, your daily routine and where to sleep each night. You can sleep in a tent or in lodgings. If you are going to ride a desolate route, it is advisable to take food, camping gear and cooking items on the bike.
Flexibility and cost
You have flexibility to choose the departure date, route, and days of duration. You can organize the stages as you like. It is cheaper than a guided tour, since you don’t have to pay for a support vehicle or guide. Selfguided trips are more demanding and solitary.
If you are traveling alone, we can recommend additional stops, tours and activities that you can do on your trip. You must download the GPX file on your phone to obtain information of your route.
We provide you with tools for basic repairs. You can call our emergency number and we will give you instructions and assistance if needed. You have to bring a first-aid kit, and you should not take unnecessary risks, since you are traveling alone.
ROUTES AND CIRCUITS
What are the most famous routes for cycle touring Patagonia?
What are the best cycling routes in Argentina? | What are the best tourist circuits for mountain biking in Bariloche? | MTB circuits in Bariloche?
The Circuito Chico and the road of the 7 lakes are the most popular cycling routes near Bariloche.
The Circuito Chico is located West of Bariloche and can be ridden in one day. You can start pedaling from the center of Bariloche, go around the circuit and pedal back to the city. This route is approximately 64 kilometers long and visits the main natural and tourist attractions in the area. Another touristic route that can be done in one day is the Circuito Catedral and lake Gutiérrez. The length of the route is 40 kilometers and it takes about 5 hours to complete, starting from the center of Bariloche.
The road of the 7 lakes is located North of Bariloche and it is one of the most beautiful sections of the national Route 40. If you decide to start in Bariloche and end up in San Martin de los Andes, the total distance is 200 kilometers. It takes between 4 to 5 days to complete. It is also possible to start the biketour in Villa la Angostura and end up in San Martin de los Andes. In that case, the distance is 120 kilometers. There are 3 possibilities to go by bike from Bariloche to San Martin. These routes are 7 lakes by Myrtles forest, 7 lakes by Traful or 7 lakes classic.
If you pedal South of Bariloche, you will find Lake Gutiérrez and Lake Mascardi. It is possible to access Cerro Tronador circuit from Villa Mascardi.
If you want to go further South, you can visit the Manso River Valley. This route is called Travesía del Manso, it is 220 kilometers long and ends in the town of El Bolsón.
If you ride to the East, there is a circuit called Camino del Este. It is a simple route, with little unevenness suitable for beginners. Currently, there are several bike lanes that make it very friendly and safe. The road goes from Bariloche to the Limay river, around Cerro Leones and returns to the starting point by a different road. The total length of this route is 40 km.
I want to ride the Small Circuit (Circuito Chico) with a bicycle. Is that posible?
The Circuito Chico has the best views of Bariloche, and touring it by bike is something special. You can start from the center of Bariloche. You must pedal to the West, ride beside the Nahuel Huapi Lake. Then pass along the Hotel Llao Llao, later on through Bahía López and finally arrive to the panoramic viewpoint of lake Moreno. A good alternative to return to the center without repeating the route is to do it through Colonia Suiza, and pedal along the gravel road that borders Lake Moreno. This route has a total of 64 kilometers. If you plan to start from the city center, you should know that the tour is long and it is necessary to be in good shape to complete it. If you are not sure, you can rent an electric bike and you will have no problem completing the tour. If you like panoramic excursions, this ride is for you.
Is it possible to visit Colonia Suiza by bicycle?
Yes, of course. Visiting Colonia Suiza (Swiss Colony) is a must if you come to Bariloche. You can reach Colonia Suiza by bus, car or bicycle. During high season, buses are always full, and the frequency is not good. You can waste more than an hour waiting at the bus stop. If you go by car, you will have to park far away from town, and the traffic during summer is awful.
If you want to exercise and enjoy the day, we recommend you rent a bike in the center of Bariloche and pedal to Colonia Suiza. Once you get there, you can taste delicious “curanto” for lunch, and enjoy a tasty craft beer. Later, you can return when you decide, without depending on the bus. The total distance is about 45 kilometers.
Which are the best bike routes in Dina Huapi?
The town of Dina Huapi is located 18 km east of Bariloche. It has a steppe climate, much drier and hotter than the Andean zone. It is best to cycle there during fall, when the air is cool and there’s more humidity.
There is a rural road that borders the Limay river for 20 kilometers and ends in Villa Llanquín. It is possible to do it back and forth in the day. Dina Huapi also has very nice bike lanes, ideal for riding with children.
It is also possible to cycle from Bariloche to Dina Huapi in the day by bike lanes and gravel roads. This route is called Camino del Este and has a total of 40 km. The tourist attractions of this town are the Ñirihuau river, the Limay river, the Leones hill, the Villegas hill and the beach with wide views of the Andes mountains.
Which are the best bike singletracks for enduro, trail and downhill in bariloche?
The main Mountain Bike trails in Bariloche are found in the mountains that surround the city. To visualize these circuits, we recommend downloading trailforks application on your cell phone.
Cerro Catedral has several international level trails, ideal for descending with a full suspension, enduro or DH bike. The best known are the Open Shimano circuit, the DH IXS circuit, the Pista 6 trail and the Mario. To get to the start of these trails, you must pedal or push your bike along the maintenance paths of the ski station. The chair lifts of Catedral do not allow the ascent with bicycles. If you don’t feel like climbing Cerro Catedral, don’t worry. There are trails that start at the base of the ski station. The most popular and accessible in Bariloche is the Paco Etchegaray trail that ends on the shore of Lake Gutiérrez. There is also the Chapelquito trail, that begins at the Condor 1 ski slope and ends near the Bariloche motocross circuit.
Cerro San Martin is located between Cerro Catedral and Lake Gutiérrez. It is a smaller hill, with an ascent gravel road for bikes on its southern slope. From the top of Cerro San Martin you can descend through 4 variants, all of high difficulty. These singletracks are called El Bravo, Nido de Cóndores, Chimanguito and Zacalapata, this last trail in addition to being very entertaining, is linked to the Paco Etchagaray trail, better known as “la paco”. Currently, El Bravo is the most popular and most technical of these 4.
Otto hill also offers a variety of trails with considerable difficulty. You can ascend by bike or by car along the gravel road located at km 1 of Los Pioneros avenue, in front of the YPF del faldeo gas station. You must ascend to “Piedras Blancas” complex. From there you can go down by La Tanga singletrack, and further down connect with El Bhuo, La Piedra or Kittu. All these trails are designed for DH, and have some jumps, sharp turns, and quite a slope. Finally, there is a trail known as La Picada del 7. To access this circuit, you must ascend to the top restaurant of the mountain known as confiteria giratoria, either by vehicle or by bike. There begins a bike path that takes us to the beginning of the singletrack. Picada del 7 is very fast, has impressive views, and ends at km 8 of Avenida de los Pioneros.
Cerro Goye and Cerro Bellavista. These two mountains of 1,600 and 1,800 meters respectively, are located next to the historic town of Colonia Suiza, 25 km from the center of Bariloche. You must go there by vehicle. To ascend these 2 hills, you must find the access trekking path to the Laguna Negra shelter. The first section is wide and shared with pedestrians. After ascending for 2 kilometers, you will find the detour on the left. The climb is long and quite steep. You may be able to cycle some sections, but most must be done bike-pushing. If you have an Enduro E-bike you can pedal up almost the entire trail. When you reach the upper third, you can choose the trail that leads to Cerro Bellavista or Cerro Goye. Both circuits are spectacular, although Goye is usually better maintained. Once you reach the summit, you must descend along the same ascent path. The lower section can be done by an exclusive trail for bikes.
Cerro Carbón is located to the east of Bariloche. You can climb to the summit by the southern slope. You can access the climb by the gravel road that leads to Neumeyer shelter. The ascent is through an exclusive path for pedestrians, bikes or horses. It is not possible to reach the summit of Cerro Carbón with a vehicle. The descent trail is on the opposite hillside (North slope). There are several options available to descend. Attention with motorcycles. This hill is the favorite of enduro motorcyclists. The downhill is very fast, and it is worth doing if you are a lover of enduro MTB or downhill. Due to the characteristics of this mountain, we recommend doing this circuit with moist soil, after a rainy day.
In the Manso River Valley, you will find “Las pasarelas MTB trail”. It is an intermediate difficulty trail, located 70 kilometers south of downtown Bariloche. It is possible to ride it with a trail or XC bicycle and is suitable for riders of all levels. The circuit has little unevenness, it is exclusive for bicycles and e-bikes (motorbikes are not allowed), and there are usually no pedestrians throughout its route. It has a total length of 22 kilometers and can be made in both directions, although it is usual to ride it from east to west.
In the town of Villa Llanquín, 40 km east of Bariloche, there is a rural circuit known as Vuelta del Arroyo Chacay or Vuelta del Cavernícola. It is ideal for touring on an XC bicycle with front suspension, or it can also be done on a full-suspension trail bike. The circuit is 44 kilometers long. It is of low technical difficulty and high physical demand. The route begins with an uninterrupted climb of 8 kilometers. Once you complete the climb, the route descends gradually until it reaches the Chacay stream. Then it borders the Limay River and ends at the starting point. You must bring water, food and a repair kit, since there are no supply points along the entire route and no cell phone signal.
Is it possible to ascend to the summit of Cerro Catedral by chairlift with a bicycle?
Cerro Catedral does not allow cyclists to use the chairlifts and/or gondolas. However, it offers a variety of world class single tracks for mountain biking. It is a steep mountain, which is why it´s recommended for experienced pilots. Enduro or downhill bikes are perfect to enjoy this mountain. It has 2 DH circuits, the Open Shimano and the IXS Downhill. To access these single tracks you must pedal up or push the bike along the maintenance paths of the ski station.
I want to ride the gutierrez lake mountain bike singletrack known as “la paco”. How do i find it?
La Paco, or Paco Etchegaray is an exclusive mountain bike trail that begins at the base of Cerro Catedral, and ends at the Lago Gutiérrez campsite. The circuit is about 7 kilometers long. The first half is not very steep. In any case, it is very fast, it has tight corners and some jumps. The second half is more technical and steep.
The trail is usually in good condition as it is regularly mantained by local cyclists. The difficulty level is medium the first half, and high at the end. It can be done with a hardtail, but it´s more enjoyable with a full suspension bike. There are two ways to get to the starting point. It can be accessed by bike or by vehicle. One of the access roads is the asphalt road that goes up to Cerro Catedral, and the other is a gravel road known as “Balcón del Gutiérrez”, that ascends from Villa los Coihues to Cerro Catedral. La Paco is the most popular MTB trail in Bariloche and one of the most entertaining. You can easily find it with trailforks app
I want to make a bicycle trip. Is it better to rent a bike or to take my own bicycle?
The first thing you should keep in mind is how far from your place is the circuit you want to ride. If, for example, you have to take a plane or a bus to get to the starting point, it may be better to rent a bicycle. Taking a bicycle by plane is expensive, and it must be securely packed. There is always a risk of loss or breakage. You must also transport the bike from the airport to your hotel. These transfers are expensive, risky and require a lot of effort.
Another point to keep in mind is how long you will be pedaling. If you are going to make a short trip, of 15 days or less, it is undoubtedly better to rent. In this way you can travel light to the starting point, gaining comfort and peace of mind on your trip.
If your plan is to make a very long trip, say more than 30 days, it could be cheaper to do it with your own bike, and all the logistics and effort to move the equipment will be worth it.
Is it possible to rent a bike for biketouring the road of the 7 seven lakes?
Yes, of course. It is very convenient to rent a bike if you travel by plane to Bariloche and do not want to pay excess luggage or put your bicycle at risk. Patagonia bike trips offers great bikes and drop off service, maps for your cell phone or GPS, and logistics to travel by bike the most famous route in Argentina. We also rent panniers, trailers, camping gear and bikepacking equipment. This journey is relatively easy, and it´s ideal for those who venture into cycling for the first time. This trip can be done individually or you can join our biketours that take place between the months of November and April every year.
Where can i rent a bike to ride route 40? Bicycle rental for biketouring Argentina.
Route 40 is the most famous and longest road in Argentina. The city of San Carlos de Bariloche is located at km 1998 of this road. If you want to travel Route 40 by bicycle, it is possible to rent a bike in Bariloche and return it in San Martin de los Andes, about 200 kilometers to the North. You can also ride South on Route 40 to Esquel, and return the bicycle there. The most famous section of Route 40 for biketouring is called the 7 lakes road. This section stands out for its incredible views and natural beauty. It also has a variety of campsites and lodgings to enjoy this activity to the fullest.
Can i rent a bike to ride the Austral Road or Carretera Austral chilena?
You can rent a bicycle in Bariloche-Argentina, cross to Chile, ride the Carretera Austral to Villa O’Higgins and finish the trip in El Chaltén (Argentina). The Carretera Austral extends for more than 1,200 kilometers, and an average bikepacker takes 30 days to cover it. Carretera Austral is one of the most popular cycling routes in the world. Hundreds of adventurers come every year to fulfill the dream of riding this magnificent route. At Patagonia Bike Trips we have the information, experience and equipment for you to accomplish this epic adventure.
How much does it cost to rent a bike in Bariloche?
We all know that prices vary greatly depending on the gear one wants to rent. You can rent mountain bikes for $18. E-bikes are $35-$40 per day, and enduro full-suspension bikes cost around $35. You can see our bike catalog by clicking here. At Patagonia Bike Trips we have the best bikes for cycling and bikepacking. All our bicycles are equipped with pump, tools, repair kit, helmet, anti-theft lock and a spare tube. We also give you a map of the area and upload suggested routes on your cell phone so that you have a good travel experience.
Where can i rent a full suspension enduro bike in bariloche?
At Patagonia bike trips we have SCOTT enduro bicycles, full suspension with hydraulic dropper seat. Shimano XT and Deore transmision. Fox and Rockshox forks and shocks. Full face helmets and protections. You can see our bike catalog by clicking here
I want to start my tour in another location, not Bariloche. Is it possible?
Yes, it is posible. You just have to organize it following these steps.
If you want to start your journey in Villa la Angostura, San Martin de los Andes, El Bolson or Esquel, here we explain how you should do it, in 4 simple steps.
- First you must come to Bariloche and stop by our store. Here we will give you the bike, we will explain everything you need to know to succeed on your trip, and we will sign the rental contract. You will also be able to test drive the bike and make any last-minute adjustments. You should come the day before the beginning of your journey.
- You need to contact our suggested freight forwarders. The plan is to coordinate the pick-up of your bicycle from our shop, so that it can be transported to your starting point. You can also take the bicycle personally to the transport offices in Bariloche for best results. The cost of transportation is borne by the customer. Remember to check transportation availability in advance.
- Once you have hired the material and organized the pick-up, you can go to the Bariloche station and take the bus to Villa la Angostura, San Martin or El Bolsón. The cost of the bus ticket is borne by the customer.
- The transport will deliver the bike and its accessories at the agreed place and time. You are ready to go without complications or setbacks.
IMPORTANT: transports do not usually work weekends or holidays. To succeed the operation, you must organize the logistics during a weekday.
SUGGGESTED CARGO TRANSPORTS:
Bariloche – Villa la Angostura: Diego +54 9 2944 310126
Bariloche – Villa la Angostura – Esquel: Angostura Express 02944 432211
Bariloche – San Martin de los Andes: Transporte Homero +54 9 2944 660811
Bariloche – San Martin de los Andes: Multiservicios +54 9 2944 640770
Bariloche – El Bolsón – Esquel: Bolsón Express +54 9 2944 211369
Villa Traful: Cheli +54 9 2944 822447
IMPORTANT: Patagonia bike trips is not responsible in the event of delays or setbacks in the delivery of bicycles. the organization of the logistics is the customers responsability.
CAMPSITES AND ACCOMMODATIONS
List of campings & campsites on the road of the 7 lakes
7 LAKES ROAD – BARILOCHE – VILLA LA ANGOSTURA – SAN MARTIN DE LOS ANDES
- Camping Don Horacio
Lake shore – Protected from the wind – Showers
- Camping Ragintuco
Lake shore – Supplies – River shoreline – Showers
- Camping Osa Mayor
Tent & cabins – Nearby supermarket – Electricity – Grill – Showers
- Camping Rosenda
Lake shore – Electricity – Nearby supermarket – Grill – Showers
- Camping lago Espejo Chico
Lake shore and river shoreline – Buffet – Restaurant – Showers
- Camping y Hostería 7 lagos
Lake shore – Protected from the wind – Buffet – Tent and Inn – Showers
- Camping Pichi Traful
Lake shore – Protected from the Wind – Buffet and supplies – Showers
- Camping Nuevo Falkner
Lake shore – Protected from the wind – Supply shop – Brewery – Showers
- Camping Lago Hermoso
Lake shore – Buffet – Supply shop – Wi-fi – Tent & Cabins – Showers
List of campings & campsites on Mt. Tronador and Los Alerces waterfall circuit
- Camping Baqueanos
Lake shore – Protected from the wind – Buffet – Supply shop – Showers
- Camping Las Carpitas
Tent & Cabins – Buffet – Protected from the wind – Showers
- Camping La Querencia
Lake shore – Protected from the wind – Supply shop – Showers
- Camping Los Rápidos
Lake and river shoreline – Tent & Dorms – Supply shop – Showers
- Camping Lago Roca
Lake and river shoreline – Protected from the wind – Supply shop – Showers
- Camping Los Vuriloches
Great view of Mt. Tronador – Supplies – Buffet – Showers
What are the campsites in Tronador and Cascada los Alerces?
- Camping Baqueanos
Lake coast – Repaired – Buffet – Supply – Showers
- Camping Las Carpitas
Tent & Dormis – Buffet – Supply – Windproof – Showers
- Camping La Querencia
Lake coast – Repaired – Supply – Showers
- Camping Los Rápidos
Lake and river coast – Tent & Dormis – Provision – Buffet – Showers
- Camping Lago Roca
Lake and river coast – Repaired – Supply – Showers
- Camping Los Vuriloches
View of the thunderer – Supply – Buffet – Showers
What are the accommodations, domes, dorms and cabins between San Martin de los Andes and Esquel
ZONA LLAO LLAO
VILLA LA ANGOSTURA
ZONA LAGO ESPEJO CHICO
Domos lago Espejo Chico +54 9 2944 393146
ZONA LAGO CORRENTOSO
ZONA LAGO HERMOSO
ZONA RÍO HERMOSO
SAN MARTÍN DE LOS ANDES
Puma Hostel 02972422443
LAGO FILO HUAUM
Dormis & camping Hua Hum +54 9 2944 598883
Hostería Confluencia Traful +54 9 11 5008 4033
ZONA TRONADOR Y LAGO MASCARDI
VALLE DEL RÍO MANSO
Puerto Manso Hostel +54 9 2944 539751
El Puerto dormis +54 9 2944 633687
Cabañas Ayutun Hue +54 9 2944 611409
Tierraventura camping & dormis +54 9 2944 699911
Camping & dormis Las Pasarelas +54 9 2944 454174
ZONA WHARTON Y CAJÓN AZUL
Cabaña la Candelaria +54 9 2945 508784
Cabañas paraje sureño +54 9 2944 469072
Camping y dormis El refugio del lago +54 9 2945 499025
Camping y dormis el Sausal +54 9 2945 684861
VILLA LAGO RIVADAVIA
ZONA LAGO VERDE / LAGO MENENDEZ
My Pod House 02945465311
What are the payment methods?
Argentine pesos or US dollars
Bank | Savings Bank No.
We do not accept credit or debit cards.
Use PAYPAL only for reservation payments
The remaining balance must be paid in cash before departure. Without exception