Cascada Los Alerces, San Carlos de Bariloche

Categories: Outdoor Activities
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4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Hike to Cascada Los Alerces, a rushing waterfall in the middle of a lush national park. Named for the Patagonian cypresses that fill the park, the powerful cascade is surrounded by imposing trees, some purportedly over 3,500 years old. Take a relaxing walk on the wooden path to reach the scenic waterfall, enjoy a picnic in the thick shade of the ancient trees. Using our international travel planner, San Carlos de Bariloche attractions like Cascada Los Alerces can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • PIN after visiting the tronador Hill before gluing the back must know this wonder.
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  • This is a trip and a landscape you'll never forget. Located 50km south of Bariloche. You DO NOT NEED to buy a tour, just to have a car to get there and pay the National Park fee right at the beginning...  read more »
  • It is a very beautiful and picturesque place. When we went in March, the bridge was under repair and had to walk 3 km (supposedly I think to it was less) but to this date you should be is repaired. Very quiet, much green, to carry mate and stay a while.
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