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Mountain Climbing in Villa La Angostura

Villa La Angostura is one of the most beautiful spots in Patagonia, discover this stunning location on an unforgettable Mountain Climbing trip with one of the guides at Explore-Share.com!

Villa La Angostura is located in Neuquen province, in Argentina’s breathtaking Patagonia. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in the region and is famous for its wilderness, lakes, and mountains. Compare and book a certified guide for your Villa La Angostura Mountain Climbing trip with Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Villa La Angostura

Forests, lakes, mountains and awe-inspiring wilderness have gained Villa La Angostura the nickname "Garden of Patagonia", a perfect spot for outdoor adventures and inspiring views!

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+54

Language

Spanish

Currency

Argentine peso

How to get there

You can get there by car or bus, it is 83 km (51 mi) away from Bariloche

Best time to visit

Summer months between December and March are best for mountaineering, winter months are good for skiing

Weather

Average summer temperatures are 25 °C (77 F), average winter temperatures are 0 °C to -2 °C (32 F to 28 F) with snowfall

More info about Mountain Climbing in Villa La Angostura:

Villa La Angostura is a town in Neuquen province in Argentina that is located to the north of the famous Nahuel Huapi National Park. It boasts an area of 79.6 km2 (30.7 sq mi) and is near the border with Chile. Therefore, it is also a popular tourist corridor, year-round, and part of many mountain climbing programs that combine Argentinean and Chilean peaks. Due to its stunning beauty, it has been nicknamed the “Garden of Patagonia”. Cerro Bayo is the most popular peak in the region, and most surrounding mountains have altitudes that range between 1,500 m (4921 ft) to about 2,000 m (6561 ft)

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