Bariloche, nestled along the shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi and surrounded by snow-capped peaks serves as the gateway to the playland of Patagonia. The Rio Negro province’s largest city offers not only postcard-worthy views but alpine-style comforts from which to explore Argentina’s Lakes District. Ever since Europeans landed in the area, Bariloche has been called […]
Mount Tronador, only 90 kilometers from downtown Bariloche, is one of the most accessible and popular destinations in Patagonia. The ‘thundering mountain’ is the highest peak in Nahuel Huapi National Park at 3.491 meters above sea level. It gets its evocative name from the crashing sound of its melting glaciers when they fall. Cerro Tronador […]
The hills around Lake Nahuel Huapi in Bariloche explode with the vibrant colors of wildflowers late into the season.
La Cueva restaurant is one of the most exclusive and adventurous, if not exactly eco-friendly, dining experiences you can have in Bariloche. As its name suggests, ‘The Cave,’ is set inside the belly of a mountain — Princess Peak, which sits seven kilometers from the base of Cerro Catedral ski resort. ⇒ Book La Cueva […]
Cerro Catedral in the vast winter play land of Argentina’s Lakes District is the country’s largest ski destination. Catedral Alta Patagonia, as it’s officially named, is popular both for its extensive terrain spread across three mountains and its 19 kilometer (12 mi.) proximity to Bariloche, Patagonia’s second largest city. The 1030 meter (3379 ft.) high […]