Located in the province of Río Negro, at the foothills of the Andes, the city of San Carlos de Bariloche is the gateway to many of the area’s most famous peaks. Trek around the stunning Nahuel Huapi National Park, reach the summit of Cerro Catedral or walk to Refugio Frey, one of the most popular hikes in Bariloche. A professional local guide can let you in on all of the area’s secrets. Explore-Share.com only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
Bariloche is a top destination for hikers, with plenty of lakes and mountains to discover. During the warmer months, temperatures are mild and dry, and the long sunny days are perfect for the activity. Some of the most popular locations for hiking in Bariloche include Refugio Frey, Nahuel Huapí lake, Cerro López, Mount Tronador and more. There are options for all levels and you can enjoy both short day hikes and longer multi-day programs.
The weather in Bariloche is comfortable and dry in the summer months, with temperatures ranging from 7-24℃. In the winter, it usually snows, especially in the mountains, and there is an active winter sports community.
You can fly to San Carlos de Bariloche Airport from major Argentinean cities, or take a long-distance bus.
For hiking, the best time to visit is during the warmer months between November and April.
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