• Discover Bariloche •
Located 19 km away from Bariloche, this mountain has the largest ski center in the southern hemisphere. You can go on different adventure tours all year round.
Located 90 km away from Bariloche, it's the highest mountain around. One of its seven glaciers, Ventisquero Negro, is located at its base where you can practice ice hiking.
You get to the top through a car road or using the well-known cable cars. You can enjoy incredible sceneries and relive them from the 360º spinning café.
You can climb the mountain on foot or take the chair lift and once you get to the top you'll have one of the best views in the area. Also, there's a cafeteria at the summit.
Located just ten blocks away from the Civic Center. A chair lift will take you to the top and you can come down on a giant slide. An ideal plan for kids and teenagers.
Only 15 km to the east of Bariloche. Formed by the remains of an ancient volcano. Guided tours to caves with native paintings.
The Valle del Challhuaco is 20 km away from the city, home to Espacio Neumeyer which offers winter activities and food services. Hiking is available all year round.
25 km away from Bariloche, near Colonia Suiza, you can practice canopy, take 4x4 tours, go hiking, and visit the López, Roca Negra, and Extremo Encantado huts.
Playa del Centenario
Located East of the city. It is one of the broadest and popular, ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
Playa del Centro
Located across from the Civic Center, it is one of the most popular because of its location and easy access.
Located at km 4 of Bustillo Avenue. It is a picturesque beach, with rocks, ideal for children to have fun.
This traditional beach is located at km 8 of Bustillo Avenue, and there you can rent scuba-diving and kayaking gear.
Playa del Viento
On the coast of Lake Moreno. You get there from km 14 on Bustillo Avenue. Chosen by residents for kitesurfing.
Villa Los Coihues
Located 15 km from the civic center, on Lake Gutiérrez. It is a very popular beach.
Located at km 29 of Short Circuit. Surrounded by woods, it is ideal to spend the day.
West Lake Gutiérrez
You get there after traveling 2 kilometers along the west side of Lake Gutiérrez. From there, you can visit Cascada de los Duendes.
East and South
If you follow the shoreline of Lake Gutiérrez on the East, you will find beaches that are ideal to spend the day.
Lakes Guillelmo, Mascardi and Steffen
On Route 40, heading towards El Bolsón, there are great campsites, sites for picnic and fishing.
Located at km 12 of Bustillo Avenue. It is a quiet and familiar beach, and the water is slightly warmer.
One of the things you cannot miss in Bariloche. You cannot go home without visiting the beautiful historic center, walking down Mitre street and seeing the monumental Cathedral.
National capital of Curanto or "hot stone cooking". This is where most European immigrants settled when they arrived in the region in the 19th century. Just 25 km from Bariloche. Ideal to get a taste of the local cuisine.
25 km from the center of the city, in the proximities of San Eduardo Chapel and the Llao-Llao Hotel. This is where the traditional visits to the Nahuel Huapi lake begin.
What you need to know about the fall
March 21 to June 20. Days range between cool and warm, with colder nights. Temperatures vary between 4 and 13ºC (40 to 55ºF) with frequent rain showers.
It’s important to bring a good light raincoat and windbreaker.
HOW TO DRIVE ON GRAVEL ROADS
Drive slowly and maintain a safe distance from oncoming traffic to reduce the risks of damaging your vehicle with loose rock and pebbles on the road.
ADJUST YOUR CLOCK
Sunrise and Sunset: 6:15 a.m. / 9:20 p.m.
Time Zone: GMT-3
Voltage is 220 V and sockets are TYPE I.
International code: +54 / Area code: 294.
Supermarkets do not offer plastic bags.
Hours: Mondays through Fridays, 8.00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The currency used is the Argentine Peso.
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