Refugio Agostino Rocca, San Carlos de Bariloche

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  • I went with a friend recently, the hike to get to the refuge from Pampa Linda, us cost 5 hours (average 4-6 hs), are beautiful landscapes, crosses several creeks and the river not well remember his name, q x has a super new and secure bridge. Arriving at the refuge, it seems an oasis, is a hotel in the mountain. The dining room is something small for 80 persons that can be hosted (has 10 rooms with 4 beds each bunk). Indeed we were sitting on the floor until do us place for dinner. I recommend to check previously if there is a large group of people in that same night, because but the meal is delayed, is enormous, and is harder to sleep at night. Always book your place before boarding. By facebook, they can do it. Overnight costs $450, it is the most expensive "shelters", with half-board (breakfast and dinner included): $1100. Zafa food, can not repeat, do not have craft beer, cans only. Eye: not organic waste the you have to carry in your backpack up to q reach the city. Heating with radiant rose who claims to have, no I experienced. Good thing about is that the bathrooms are within the refuge! Although the place is rather cold. There is hot water! Can you bathe, costing $220. The beds are comfortable, have mattress and pillow, but you got that carry the sleeping bag. If you do not have, they lend it you for $50. Since the refuge can take other walks to waterfalls, delays get on 30´ or to the glacier of Mount Tronador you got that contract if or if Guide. This excursion, costs about $6000 is expensive. The landscape is very nice until the arrival at the shelter, and from the shelter a few incredible views, which you can enjoy from the deck or terrace. you don't need to be a super physical condition, or trained to climb. I do not recommend to do it with hip problems or knees.
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  • I spent two nights at the shelter. I went from Pampa Linda in a walk uphill but without significant obstacles. Bequeath to the shelter in the rain, was very rewarding. And the attention of the three staff, highly hospitable. I was fortunate to see in March, a nevada for several hours, with what ended up becoming a winter experience, with all the corresponding games. Within the refuge, all warm, eat well, play ping pong and look through its huge windows. The drop was by cold, reserving the passage of both boats in the refuge. I'm already planning to return next year.
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  • I went to spend new year 2016 / 2017 to the shelter, I have nothing of that complain of care or the quality of the refuge. but my anger is that a new polar high mountain that I had bought for the trip, I disappeared at the entrance of the refuge. to the lower by Lake cold and give me has that I was missing me contact immediately with the administrator of the refuge via Whatsapp, committed the to fix is if not had been by there pulled or if not is it saw to any person, since is a garment particular. But never received the same response, I will write once a week, but without success.
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  • This shelter is amazing and very clean. You have to take off your shoes before entering. The rooms, kitchen and bathrooms are very well mantained. There are electricity outlets and you may plug a cellphone or camera charger. At night there is electric light too. The views are fantastic! (try to wake up early to catch the clouds and maybe a low-passing condor)
  • Excellent location and very good service. A shelter that looks like a hotel
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  • Beautiful refuge but by far the best guys! The staff a few geniuses of life!
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  • Not to be missed. It is from Pampa Linda, from Puerto Blest or Refugio Meiling, the best stop. Excellent view, good company, and facilities of the new millennium in the mountain.
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  • Beautiful place with access to the Las nubes, an unforgettable trail
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