Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, San Carlos de Bariloche

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The oldest national park in the country, Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi attracts visitors interested in outdoor adventures in a pristine natural area. Trekking in the park is a major draw for experienced hikers, who can choose from a number of routes with overnight stays in refugios. Anyone can enjoy the spectacular views of the park, however, regardless of their level of fitness or experience. Take a drive through the massive domain to lookout points overlooking scenic lakes, rapid rivers, cascading falls, and snow-capped mountains. With an area of nearly 2 million acres (809,371 hectares), you could spend days exploring here and never be done. Plan to see Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi and other attractions that appeal to you using our San Carlos de Bariloche trip builder tool.
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  • The need for responsible campaign is acute here. Lots of plastic left by campers. The nail marks left by erected and uprooted tent are everywhere. Guys, responsible camping here in this beauty spot. 
    The need for responsible campaign is acute here. Lots of plastic left by campers. The nail marks left by erected and uprooted tent are everywhere. Guys, responsible camping here in this beauty spot.  more »
  • Best views from the Lake either in winter or summer. It is a good trip to do with the boat take half a day with Arrayanes if you do not have enough time. 
    Best views from the Lake either in winter or summer. It is a good trip to do with the boat take half a day with Arrayanes if you do not have enough time.  more »
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  • Each season has its own wonder. flowers and birds in spring, silent falling snow in winter with hares and foxes running when you least expect. and I can go on with the hot summer with small waterfalls, never ending nights watching the stars. and at last the autumn with reds covering the forest. its a marvellous place... always, even when the wind blows and the rain falls, and you can do nothing but watch...
  • Absolutely amazing and gorgeous. We did the trip from Bariloche to San Martin de Los Andes along the 7 lakes route during August (winter time) and enjoyed snowing and amazing sites. Be sure to stop at each lake.

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