Cerros Negro & Monje Trail, Villa Traful

(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Cerros Negro & Monje Trail is located in Villa Traful. Use our Villa Traful vacation route planner to visit Cerros Negro & Monje Trail on your trip to Villa Traful, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Excellent mountain for trekking and enjoy the beautiful sights that can be seen at different heights.
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  • The walk is very nice and never exposed to the ways - it takes but a little power for the approximately 1000 metres. You have much body contact with spiky plants-> long pants and sleeves. Tags are good, but be sparse with the height. At the beginning you will hardly remember, at the end you have to search them. We continue to yellow marks on the trees and stones (see photo), above supplemented by Cairns. Caution in the last part: sand. The ascent is complicated by the descent easier. At the very end, you must have quite loose stones and rocks. Watch out! From the "nose", it was generally very windy with some very strong gusts at us. We had even snow, and the beginning of December. There was relatively good info in the National Park Office. You should register in addition there before even online possible, says official. Noteworthy: We had had the experience that Argentine times for us are too long, i.e. we usually need less. We have used here the 5 hours incl. small breaks.
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  • If you're willing to walk and sweat a bit to make an ACE impressive photos of the village and the Lake I recommend it completely. Just register in the post of the Rangers or, failing that, at the police station of the town. The difficulty is low/medium and the trail is demarcated with painting on rocks or trees. A very rewarding ride.
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