Refugio Neumeyer, San Carlos de Bariloche

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#26 of 126 in Outdoors in San Carlos de Bariloche
Enjoy the beauty of wild Argentina at Refugio Neumeyer. Use the base camp to prepare before heading out on one of many paths and walkways that snake through the area. Keep in mind that several paths are only accessible by FWD vehicles, which allow you to ride through the forests and mountains of Argentina before reaching remote locations rarely visited by hikers. Plan your Refugio Neumeyer visit and explore what else you can see and do in San Carlos de Bariloche using our San Carlos de Bariloche trip planner.
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  • The tour starts with a 4x4 car that takes you to the refuge and then continues with a walk of approximately 2 hours. Medium intensity walk on the snow but the landscapes are beautiful. You have a photographer accompanying you to take pictures of yourself that are beautiful. Meal and dessert are included in the lunch which is prepared after the walk. Mto Cool!
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  • It's my second time on this tour after 7 years. I loved it the way at the time, we went with Tobias, a genius and good vibe. I only have one thing to criticize and first of all I mean that I understand that the shelter burned and the conditions are not the same but we were 4 and the food did not please us to any of the 4 as there are no options, it was a broth of shoe and the main course a lentil stew with a few little snack chips, lentils is not a dish that we all like and maybe not everyone can eat such a strong dish, the other option if there is no other option is rice with nothing literal and a few snack chips , I think for $4800 they could give us something better like the afternoon hike sting or other type of food more in keeping with most. For all the other excellent walk
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  • For this passio, if it is part of the van path and then 4x4, there was a lot of snow. On site there is a simple refuge and is a 2km walk up the hill to see the frozen lagoon. The landscapes are breathtaking, but it takes physical disposition to climb, stepping on the fluffy snow and sometimes slippery. At the gazebo, offer hot drink and alfajor, then 2 kilometers of descent... In the refuge, a simple lunch. There's a way to play Dodge and make snowmen. Loved!
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  • The shelter itself is improvised after the fire a few years ago, so its services are limited. Well the bathroom, rich food but scarce options. Meets the right as a base for the walks of the valley
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  • Excellent place with many trails of different difficulty! Be careful if you're driving alone in good weather. If it rains or snows alone with 4x4!
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  • Nice tour. It is a place that they are rebuilding again since a few years ago it was damaged by a fire. We hired the tour that included the transportation. Lunch and hike through the reserve. The truth I found expensive and q the lunch was not what I expected Q. The food is good but I expected something more like a typical roast from the region. . They charge table and drink service. A comparison of other excursions is very expensive. He stressed the kindness but would not hire them again. Nice scenery.
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  • Nice to be able to arrive, after a hard pedaled by the valley of the Lost ones and to have a coffee with milk and pastafrola..
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  • experience unforgettable we went with my husband and my baby in 3 years... did la.caminata and it started to snow above la.montana... couldn't believe it we took many photos. the shelter gave us lunch and then when walked to the mountain you fruit del.bosque with a delicious regional alfajor. recommended total to feel that they live this experience
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