The panoramic point of Stone of Habsburg offers one of the best views of Bariloche and its surroundings. It is a rocky promontory located on the west-south slope of Otto Hill.
The trail is well demarcated, wide and without much difficulty. The origin of its name is unknown but many link it to immigrants from Austria.
A contemplative walk
The distance is short and the walk very simple, ideal for families with children and people looking for a quiet and clear walk. Depending on the season, the colors of nature stain the environment and each stretch can envelop us in its dream magic. If you choose autumn, the best time to do this walk, the forests of lengas impregnate the landscape with its ochre and reddish colors to give the autumnal tone so characteristic of the Andean-Patagonian forests.
Even a walk in late autumn can give us a pleasant surprise of some white and cottony flakes over the forest, which shows the charming touch of Bariloche. If you opt for spring and summer, the amancay flowers dot the lush green of the forest in yellow.
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