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14th-19th January - Bariloche You can almost see Bariloche from Puerto Varas (well that´s a bit of an exaggeration, but from the top of Mount Tronador you can probably see both towns .. they´re not that far apart!), but the transport options are a 12 hour bus and boat trip - very scenic, but quite expensive, or a 10 hour bus ride. We elected for …
... it eventually came and we got on our way to walking one of the mountain routes to a place called 'Refugio Frey' which was buried deep in the 'Catedral' mountain range (very popular in ski season apparently.....their combined ski-lifts can move up to 22,000 people per hour! STAT!!!). The route started out fairly flat and eventually opened up to a view of Lake Gutierrez. Aaahhhhh, so that's what we missed out on the other day!! We could even see the ...
... if you werent paying attention. We went inside snacked on our peanuts, crackers, fruit and choripan before taking some pictures. We ended up spending about two hours there inside talking with the workers there and a few different groups of Argentinians that were hiking up. Everyone else we met had brought tents and large backpacks and were going to camp here or somewhere further for the night and either head back down or keep going in the morning. We were headed ...
... Jack got the nice horse who was calm and an "automatic". I got a bigger horse who looked a bit fiesty when she was bought over. It turned out she was the slow and lazy one as she would not walk fast and would only trot or go faster if the horse in front was! Our ride went up the mountain through some tight turns; steep up and down hills and passed lots of dogs barking like mad when the horses went by. We didn't lots of trotting and I even ended up in a gallop with ...
... to get a good deal. So, the fifteen of us walked out and decided to explore the area on foot.
We walked back along the road to the entrance to the ski lift to Cerro Campana. Instead of paying to take the lift to the top, we decided to follow the trail to the top. We hiked about 45 minutes almost straight uphill. When we arrived at the top, we were totally speechless! The views of Patagonia were simply amazing! Totally ...
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