Circuito Pehuenia, Villa Pehuenia

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Cycle or drive around Circuito Pehuenia for a condensed sample of striking Patagonian scenery. Winding its way through pure forests, along gushing rivers, and around deep blue lakes, the scenic route can be completed in one day, but offers plenty of campsites for those who choose to take their time. Pull over at Lake Pulmari and take the walking trail up to a large rock, where you'll find ancient Mapuche paintings and enjoy a view over the nearby waters. Drive carefully, as the unsealed road can lead to some hairy moments. Plan your Circuito Pehuenia visit and explore what else you can see and do in Villa Pehuenia using our Villa Pehuenia vacation builder.
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  • Incredible landscapes, lakes, monkey puzzle, at each stop a different paradise. Do all the circuit takes approximately of 5 to 6 hours depending on the time that is use in each detention. You can bring food and stop for lunch at a Lake, continuing to route 23 regional and also sweet cheeses can be purchased.
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  • The place is picturesque sociolingüísticos mountain went by gravel road from Zapala super beautiful mountain road with many cave climbs and descents adventurous bad thing is to get there (our case) and at the mercy of the them you offer to visit one day and go does not give for more people that we had in some places quite poorly attended gave me the imprecision that don't care much to tourism a penalty
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  • It is a circuit to do so all day. From Aluminé can be done in two ways: starting with Lake Pulmari and ending in the alumine or vice versa. From Villa Pehuenia should start with the Aluminé towards Moquehue. In my case, I started by the Pulmari visiting Piedra Pintada, continuing along Lake Ñorquinco, Lake Moquehue, to finally conclude in Lake Aluminé. The Ñorquinco should take the detour to the South Bank to see at least the first two waterfalls. A succession of different landscapes where the mountains, lakes and vegetation contribute its beauty along the circuit. I recommend going with patience and slowly in some sections by the deterioration of the road, especially in areas where it is formed "I saw" obligating to walk carefully to protect the vehicle. There are places to camp and take a good night rest then continue journey. The beauty of the landscape compensates for any deficiencies of the road.
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