Sitting on the foothills of the Andes in northern Patagonia, surrounded by a national park, Bariloche is the most beautiful base to explore the nearby mountains. The mountain town is one of the best areas to enjoy rock climbing in South America. Visit from October to April for the prime season for rock climbing.
The Patagonian city of Bariloche, resting in the Argentinian province of Rio Negro, is nestled next to giant and gorgeous Nahuel Huapi Lake, containing several glacial valleys. In the winter months Bariloche becomes one of the major ski resorts in the country, as well as in South America. The striking mountains of the region provide adventurers of all kinds with endless activities throughout the year.
The weather in Bariloche is comfortable and dry in the summer months, with temperatures ranging from 7-24℃.From October temperatures tend to have a high of 16℃, gradually climbing to 19℃ in November and 22℃ in December. By the time summer slowly passes in April the highs are around 16℃.
With an abundance of world-class rock climbing opportunities, you could easily spend one week in Bariloche. If you’re a lover of sports, then the summer months are ideal for climbing, biking, and hiking, in which you could spend a couple of weeks, which also gives you time to fully explore the city, along with its Patagonian cuisine and culture.
From October to April is the prime time for rock climbing in Bariloche.
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