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All Extreme Sports and Activities in Patagonia

Adventure Travel in Patagonia

Turismo de Aventura en la Patagonia Adventure travel and extreme sports, in their various modalities, are tending to increase the amount of fans both in Argentina and worldwide.

Patagonia, in particular, is becoming the favorite sceneryfor lovers of adventure who are willing to receive a good dose of pure adrenaline.

This selection is not casual, as the geography presents high diversity for the practice of these exciting sports. The sceneries are multiple and varied and all of them are ideal to let imagination fly and let yourself be carried away to whatever adventure decrees.

Imagine yourself among the endless plains of the pampas, the fast-flowing rivers of the mountain range, the high summits of the mountains and volcanoes, and even the deep and blue waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. All the sceneries are waiting to be discovered by intrepid adventurers.
Turismo de Aventura en la Patagonia
In this portal you will find all the necessary information, both for beginners in this activity and for those who have previous experience. You will have the chance of getting to know in depth each one of the disciplines considered adventure travel, the circuits where they are practiced, the best seasons to experience them, the safety measures you should bear in mind in each case and the various levels of difficulty that will enable you to share excursions with your family as well as activities in which risk awaits you at every step.

If you are ready, fasten your seatbelt, harness, life-jacket or simply your hiking boots, and dare to make a raid into adventure travel and extreme sports, all of them practiced in a fantastic natural environment offered by Patagonia.
Hiking in Patagonia

Hiking or walking is an activity practiced in all kinds of terrains and is not restricted to age, gender or physical fitness.
As in every task, there are various levels of difficulty, which can be surpassed gradually as experience is gained. The routes are divided into four types of difficulty: relaxed, medium, steady and difficult.

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Patagonia hot springs

Patagonia has a great deal of geographical faults with remarkable geothermal and volcanic activity. These features explain the existence of various sources with hot spring waters. The diversity existing in this area of South America ranges from warm water issuing from the ground, rich in minerals, to geysers with boiling water.

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