Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec
The day before the trip I’ll visit you at your accommodation in Bariloche to meet and check the equipment.
After a few minutes of easy paddling, we’ll get to Brazo Tristeza. There is plenty of time to stop, relax and enjoy the surroundings. We will have lunch on one of the secluded beaches, and then continue towards the campsite.
During the afternoon, we can go for short walks to explore the area, take photos or relax on the beaches with splendid views of the mountains and lakes.
Lunch, Snacks & Dinner included – Tent & Camp included.
After a tasty and hearty breakfast and some free time, we’ll pack up our gear and tents and paddle towards the end of Brazo Tristeza. we’ll take an easy hike on the banks of River Frey to an impressive waterfall and granite toboggan.
Back in the kayaks, we’ll start the return trip along the opposite coast to continue discovering this wild part of Nahuel Huapi National Park. The expedition ends at Bahía López in the afternoon, and we’ll drive back to your accommodation in Bariloche.
Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks & Dinner included.
*** This itinerary may change based on the group and the weather conditions.
San Carlos de Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina.
Equipment needed (not included):
Everything not mentioned as Included
Recommended equipment list:
Sleeping bag (-5ºC)
Waterproof jacket (gore tex or similar)
Mountain / fast drying pants & extra
Base layer & extra
Fleece & extra
Woolen hat / gloves
Cap / sunscreen
Rain gear (in case of bad weather)
Sandals & hiking shoes
Pair of socks & extra
Small towel & toiletries
I grew up with my family in Patagonia, Argentina. My parents emigrated here from northern Italy, close to the Alps, after the the Second World War, looking for a better life and new opportunities.
My father, Felipe Frasson, nicknamed “Pippo” by his relatives and friends, fell in love with Patagonia, the Andes and the outdoor lifestyle, becoming a great rock climber, alpinist, genuine adventurer and explorer in the 1960- 75’. He did many successful expeditions and first ascents in Patagonia, Argentina and also in the Peruvian Andes.
During my childhood and adolescence, I spent long summers and winters with my family hiking, skiing, climbing and paddling in Bariloche and Patagonia, my place in the world. After graduating as a Physical Education teacher, lifeguard and a qualified mountain guide (member of AAGM), and after travelling all around Patagonia, Chile, Europe and the Dolomites, I founded SENZA LIMITI ADVENTURES.
As a guide, I want to pass on my passion for the mountains, nature and the outdoor lifestyle on to others, allowing me to share with visitors from all over the world the natural beauties of this magic land of adventurers & explorers.
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