4-day hut-to-hut hiking traverse in Bariloche

Join Luciano, an IFMGA certified guide, on this 4-day hut-to-hut hiking traverse in Bariloche. Discover the most iconic mountain huts in northern Patagonia.




Trip Duration

4 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

4 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Let me show you the way to the most beautiful and emblematic mountain huts in north Patagonia with this 4-day hut-to-hut hiking traverse in Bariloche.

    This 4-day hike connects 4 mountain huts through a varied and beautiful landscape. The imposing views, beautiful lagoons, endless green valleys and thick forests make this trekking an unforgettable experience. At the same time to spend the nights at different and remote huts is a wonderful and additional feature of this amazing program.

    The traverse is designed to take you hiking from 4 to 6 hours every day through a mountain trail that connects all the refuges without having to hike down to civilization.

    We’ll start from the Catedral ski resort and go to Frey mountain hut on the first day. The next day we’ll go over a pass to the Rucaco Valley and all the way to the San Martin mountain hut, next to the Laguna Jakob. On the third day we’ll go on a steep and demanding traverse to the Italian mountain hut in Laguna Negra. And on the last day we’ll stop in the Refugio Lopez on our way down to Bariloche.

    This program has so many beautiful features that the only way for you to realize them is to come down to Patagonia and join me!

    So don’t wait any longer, send me a request to make this 4-day hut-to-hut hiking traverse in Bariloche your next exciting adventure.

    And if your planing to visit Bariloche in winter I can also offer you my Ski touring around Frey Hut, in Bariloche.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    1000 USD

    Group of 2
    800 USD

    Group of 3
    700 USD

    Group of 4
    600 USD


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Transport during the trip
    • Personal Insurance


    • Day 1Catedral - Frey hut

      Estimated walking time: 4 hours.


    • Day 2Frey hut - Rucaco Valley - Refugio San Martin

      Estimated walking time: 6/7 hours.

    • Day 3Refugio San Martin - Pico Refugio - Laguna Negra

      Estimated walking time: 6/7 hours.

    • Day 4Laguna Negra - Refugio Lopez - Colonia Suiza

      Estimated walking time: 6/7 hours.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required



    About the Guide


    Mountain Guide UIAGM, current Director of Training Courses in Argentina UIAGM Guide and Director of Technical Committee of the Argentina Association of Mountain Guides (AAGM).

    His curious and adventurous spirit made ​​him develop his potential as a climber from an early age. Over the years he accomplished major sporting achievements, among them opening 5 new routes in Mount Fitz Roy like “Samba do Leao”(1400 mts, 6c) , y “Al Abordaje” (1000 mts, 6c/A2+), and also in different places such as aguja La Silla (Chalten); en Pico Mayor, (Salinas, Brasil); Cerro Trinidad, (Cochamo, Chile); Cara Este del Cerro Vallecitos and Cerro Campanario (Mendoza); Cara sur del Pico Internacional del Mt Tronador (Bariloche).

    Since 2003 he has worked as a guide in Patagonia, and also central and northwest Argentina. Has worked in South America in Chile, Peru, Brazil and Bolivia. He did the first Argentinean guided ascension to mount Fitz Roy, and also guided ascensions to San Lorenzo, lnternational pic of Tronador, Aguja Guillomet, Nevado Alpamayo (Perú), Cerro Illimani (Bolivia), amont other.

    Luciano has worked in the last years in several courses of Club Andino Bariloche both as an instructor and director (Ice Climbing and Glacier Transit, Backcountry skiing and Rock climbing courses). Also plays the role of "Mountain Concerning" at the Ski & Snowboard School and Mountain School of the Club Andino Bariloche.



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