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Maria Uribe reviewed Cerro Lopez Trail
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This one was tough. Hiked this at the end of November & should’ve been better prepared with snow gear. Amazing views all the way up and once you get to the Refugio forget about it, INSANE! 10 out of 5 stars!!!

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Jennifer Sprecher reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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Totally worth it to hike than taking the lift up. Beautiful 360 views at the top!

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Bill Durtler reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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I have never given a trail a one star review before so this is a first. The trail itself is incredibly dusty with a fine dust that gets in everywhere, including your lungs and eyes. And no sign of a view until you get to the top. While the view from there is good there are many better trails to chose from in the area.

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David Gottfredson reviewed Mirador Lago Moreno
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Nice, easy, shaded walk with beautiful lakes views and trees.

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Sona Bhatti reviewed Cerro Lopez Trail
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Started the trail between 9-10AM. Not much traffic to get up to the refugio. Expect steep climb up to the arroyo and beyond. Very rocky and sometimes having to scramble. Once you reach the road it is much less steep and easier. Again a steep incline up to the refugio. Amazing views throughout. Way back down was more crowded with hikers and given the steepness and gravel, expect a few slips and falls. Totally worth it!

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Conio Sessa reviewed Sendero Villa Tacul
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Great views. Steep trail. Very slippery on the way down. Crowded on a Sunday afternoon. Busy on top due to chairlift.

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First to Review

Great walk through ancient woodlands to lake beach, with some regeneration area in the middle. Well marked and easy to follow route. Good for families with lure of swim in lake. Start early to avoid the crowds. We started 9:30 and no one else. Photos are in reverse order from end to start

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Fabian Uljee reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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Fine, if you want to save some bucks and not do the cableway (500 pesos). Bit slippery with sand on stones at steep parts, No views until you reach the top.

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Arlo Hemphill reviewed Cerro Lopez Trail
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One of the most impressive alpine hikes I’ve been on. Stunning views of snow-capped mountains, lakes, forests, ledges and more. Saw two condors! There were times the trail could be a little busy for my taste and the refugio was crowded, but for the most part I had space to enjoy the environment. Hiked on a Friday in January - would probably avoid weekends in high season for this reason, but the quality of trail, climate and landscape were unbeatable!

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Ben Follett reviewed Cerro Lopez Trail
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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarDecember 11, 2019
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This was a tough but extremely rewarding day. You should be prepared for any weather, especially in January or earlier. You can theoretically do this either direction but in reality I can’t imagine doing this the opposite way from Jakob to Frey, as I’ll make clear below. The trial is very well marked with red/yellow spray paint 90% of the time, we never felt in danger of being lost. We did this in January when according to some people the park rangers were telling people the trail was impassable due to deep snow. We encountered a decent amount of snow but it was sufficiently packed that we had few issues with breaking through it. We also encounter all types of weather, from hot sun to extremely windy hailstorm. We were able to get through fine but I can definitely see how it could have been problematic even just a week earlier, so their warnings should probably be respected. You start out from Refugio Frey going around the lake and ascending the rocky/snowy slope on the other side. You’ll be scrambling up steep snow or rocks depending on the time of year until you get to a small lake overlooking where you came from. You continue around the lake and up more snow/rocks, where it gets even more scrambling. This would probably be fun with less snow and a light pack, loaded up with our tent and sleeping bags this was a bit of a pain. You reach the top soon enough and walk flat for a bit before coming to an incredible view over the next valley. Then you get to descend. This downhill is almost entirely exposed, loose scree, so make sure you have good shoes/poles if needed and sunscreen. The slope is so steep and loose that after a ways you can easily “ski” down hill several feet with each step if careful. This is the part that I can’t imagine doing in the opposite direction. I’m sure you could with enough time or energy but it would be such a huge and exhausting pain that I can’t recommend it. When you reach the bottom you’ll be rewarded with a relatively flat wooded trail section for over a mile. You could probably branch off the trail and explore the river valley area for a bit if you had the time and energy. You’ll being ascending again around 5 miles. The beginning of this ascent is not as scramble-y as the previous, but still tiring enough especially in a rain/hail storm. Eventually we got to just before the final ascent to the ridge and this was the only time we couldn’t find the trail markers. Fortunately this area was also snowed over and there were several established sets of footprints we could follow. If you get to the top then the trail will become obvious. Enjoy your first magnificent view of your final destination, Refugio Jacob. The descent from here is steep but not nearly as loose as the previous, so with patience you should be able to make it down safely. It’s then just a short distance to the refugio itself. The refugio itself is pretty modern and nice. The camping spots are fine and sheltered but extremely muddy if it’s been raining. Overall I loved this day and you get some spectacular views but I don’t think it’s for everyone. The time of year can make a huge difference, be sure to check with the park website/rangers or the Refugio Frey employees about conditions.

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Alex Barker reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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Hiking

Short & Sweet. Awesome 360 views at top. you do need to essentially run down though.

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Facundo Gabriel Salas reviewed Lago Escondido
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Excelente sendero por el bosque con vistas muy lindas a los lagos. Muy fácil. Lo hicimos despacio porque es nuestro último día. Pero lo pueden hacer hasta personas mayores.

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Emily Wilkes reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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Steep but quick (40 mins) walk up with amazing panoramic views at top!

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Jessy Emilia reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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First to Review

Steep but quick hike with unbelievable views from the top. Get their early before the first gondola goes up for more peace!

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Jessy Emilia reviewed Sendero Villa Tacul
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Amazing beach to just chill at. Definitely make the turn to Llao Llao then end with this hike. Perfect day of hiking.

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Tim Van Loan reviewed Cerro Lopez Trail
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Gorgeous views although couldn’t make it to the top due to snow

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Lennert Hunfeld reviewed Cerro Lopez Trail
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First to Review

Super Nice trail, unfortunately not finished it due to snow

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JoLi Willis reviewed Lago Escondido
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Hiking
First to Review

The trail is well-marked and well-kept. We accessed it by boat, but there are ways to get to the main trailhead by car.

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Miguel Agustin Marziotta reviewed Cascade de los Duendes & Mirador Lago Gutiérrez
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Felix Kaltschmidt reviewed Lago Escondido
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David Ball reviewed Mirador Lago Moreno
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Glen Mann reviewed Bariloche a Cerro Campanario
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