Follow Camila, an UIMLA certified guide, on this winter adventure across the Cerro Negro peak in the Argentinian Patagonia. Discover a wonderful place for this snowshoeing trek!
Enjoy an amazing hiking experience in a beautiful and quite place.
Have local and highly experienced Mountain Guide at your service.
Don’t miss the chance to live a "wild patagonian adventure"!
Argentina is a beautiful country, full of stunning sceneries. And one of the most dazzling places in the country is the region of Patagonia, that lies within the Rio Negro Province. Join me, on this winter trek in across Cerro Negro, a magnificent peak that stands out for its beauty in Patagonia.
We’ll explore Patagonia, in a very unique way, during winter. So we’ll use snowshoes to reach Refugio Italia, a charming and gorgeous hut at the heart of Nahuel Huapi National Park. This mountain refuge rests right next to the Laguna Negra, or Black Lagoon in english. Hence, it is the ideal hub for our winter adventure.
We’ll dedicate our first day to get to Refugio Italia departing from Bariloche. That trek will be of 14 kilometers approximately. And we’ll spend that night in the refuge, enjoying the quietness of nature, exquisite food and sharing all our experiences.
Then, on our second day we’ll depart really early in the morning towards the Cerro Negro peak. Depending on the weather and snow conditions, we might have to use crampons to reach its summit. But, once we stand at its top, we’ll get the most hypnotizing views of everything around us. Upon completion, we’ll head back to the hut for another delicious dinner and a good night sleep.
On day three we’ll head back to Bariloche. So we’ll take the same path we used to reach Refugio Italia, retracing our steps and enjoying one more time the beauty that will surround us.
If you wish to join this winter journey, please send me a message. I promise it will be an amazing experience!
Looking for a shorter adventure? I also guide this Half-day trek in the “Green Lagoon”, Challhuaco Valley.
The client must have good fitness conditions, because the days of hike in winter are long!
I’m a Physical Education Teacher, Ski Patroller and AAGM- UIMLA Mountain Guide. I was born in S. C. de Bariloche (Patagonia). I started “to play in the mountains” in early age, skiing and exploring trekking trails and the most emblematic shelters around Bariloche.
After graduating I began working in environmental education with children and adults in the Club Andino Bariloche and in an educational NGO dedicated to tourism in natural environments. I worked several years in Europe as a ski patroller, and currently work as a teacher in the Argentinian Ski Patrollers School (EASP). I also worked as avalanche consultor in companies.
I have various certifications, among them: WFR (Wilderness First Responder), Lifeguard Equipie (Andorran Red Cross) and Observer Nivo- Meteo (ACNA "per the Association of neu coneixement I allaus them") and the AIARE Level II (Analyzing snow stability and avalanche Hazard course).
Last years, I’ve been working between ski stations and guiding in big and amazing mountains in Patagonia, Alaska, Bolivia and Peru. I’m a professional outdoor woman and mountain lover who appreciate the opportunity of guide new clients in the surroundings of my home: “Bariloche, in North Patagonia”.
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Group of 1
|USD 671 each|
Group of 2
|USD 568 each|
Group of 3
|USD 516 each|
Group of 4
|USD 464 each|
Group of 5
|USD 413 each|
Group of 6
|USD 361 each|
Group of 7
|USD 310 each|
Group of 8
|USD 258 each|
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• Guiding fee
• Permit and entrance fees
• Personal Insurance
• Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
• On top of the guide fee the price includes: accommodations, meals, snowshoes, crampons, permits and insurance, transport form and to the city. The price doesn’t include: Avalanche personal gear (beacon, shovel, pro)
Camila has excellent knowledge of the area and was enjoyable to be with. Lunch was so so.
A tough but thoroughly rewarding hike. The challenges of the trek are matched by the stunning views, unique flora, and wonderful people you meet along the way.