Jan, Feb, Mar, Nov, Dec
Dinner and night at hotel in Bariloche.
From Colonia Suiza we follow the Goye River and reach the Laguna Negra hut passing through a typical Coyhues forest. Night at Laguna Negra (1650m) mountain hut.
– Total ascent: 800m
– Total distance: 14km
We leave Laguna Negra behind us and begin the climb to Cerro Negro and further towards Baileys Willis Mountain.
Here there are great views of Cerro Tronador and Nahuel Huapi lake.
We spend night in our tent next to the Laguna CAB.
– Total ascent: 650m
– Total descent: 700m
– Distance: 12km
We will pass Laguna Creton and Laguna Azul, which are surrounded by giant granit walls
We spend the night in our tent at Laguna Azul.
– Total ascent: 1029m
– Total descent: 864m
– Distance: 13km
We are getting closer and closer to the glacier covered Cerro Tronador as we walk over a saddle between Cerro Capitan and Cerro Punta Negra.
Our goal for today is reaching Laguna Ilon with it’s sandy beach.
We spend the night in our tents.
– Total ascent: 350m
– Total descent: 700m
– Distance: 17 km
We might want to take a bath in the Laguna before our hike down to Pampa Linda. After the check-in in the mountain Hotel Pampa Linda we can relax and enjoy the nice scenery.
We spend the night at the Hotel Pampa Linda.
– Total descent: 800m
– Total distance: 12.1 km
A beautiful part of the Nahuel Huapi National Park awaits us today as we walk up to the Viento Pass. Here we are surrounded by beautiful glaciers.
Night at the Rerugio Roca mountain hut.
– Total ascent: 710m
– Total distance: 14.3 km
We walk down to Lago Frias and back to Bariloche by boat.
– Total descent: 782m
– Total distance: 14.5 km
-Mountain huts for 2 nights,
-Camp in tents for 3 nights
-One night in the mountain hotel at Pampa Linda.
Although we can carry our belongings in our bag backs, there's an optional offer of taking a "porter" with us to help us carry our material.
Mountain leader from the UIMLA organization
The Swiss Alps where my playground where I grew up in. I love the mountains! After my career as a ski racer for the Swiss National Ski Team I traveled to Patagonia and fell in love with an other great mountain range, the Patagonian Andes. My passion to work with people and to be able to enjoy the great outdoors where the reasons, why I became an UIMLA- mountain leader and a snow-sport instructor with a Federal Certificate of Higher Vocational Education and Training.
Since 2007 I’m guiding my friends and clients in the Swiss and French Alps and show them my second home, the Patagonian Andes. That’s where I spent several months every year.
I’m based in Chamonix and St.Moritz while I’m in Europe and in Bariloche during my Patagonian months.
Please get in touch with me if you are looking to discover one of these two beautiful regions. It will be my pleasure to guide you there.
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