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Minutes from the city of El Bolson is a new ski center capable of achieving the winter care of all the towns that make up the region.
We traveled on board an early nineteen-century train from El Maitén to the vast Patagonian steppe: ancient but comfortable La Trochita Patagonian Express.
Its viewpoints with panoramic sights, its multi-colored forests or an energetic hike around the mountain are enough enticement to go up the “Piltri”...
The meeting point is in the heart of El Bolsón, where plenty of local craftsmen offer a complete range of handmade goods. The Local Market waits for us during our visit.
El Bolsón, as core of the Andean shire, offers Patagonian cuisine with a style of its own. During our visit, we chose to visit two venues where kind assistance and an excellent menu made us enjoy a good table.
Languedoc, made up by musicians who feel passion for Medieval and Renaissance art, present night shows with unique features.
The downtown should be visited without haste so as to see not only its streets, squares and tourist venues but also its essence, where culture has a special place assigned.
The climate, the soil and the low levels of pollution make El Bolsón an ideal site for the production of hop and fine fruit of excellent quality.
On one of the Mount Piltriquitrón slopes, a few kilometers from El Bolsón downtown, we visited an outdoor art gallery. A fire in the forest originated this particular resource.
Mount Amigo is a site where native species are preserved, an important attraction close to the city, which features an ample view of the valley and the mountain range.
Lago Puelo National Park is one of the most beautiful and unique reserves in Patagonia. Its aim is to protect the autochthonous endangered species. We highly recommend a visit to this park.
Los Alerces National Park is one of the largest natural wealth near the town of El Bolsón and the City of Esquel, which preserves the oldest living tree species in Argentina.
The Azul River (“Blue River”) runs surrounded by a giant rocky wall. As we climbed up the mountain on horseback in search of a murmuring sound, we admired a stunning landscape.
The areas close to the city offer circuits visitors should not miss. One of them is the Cascade Circuit, where imposing waterfalls are framed by almost untouched spaces.
Riding across the Azul River Valley on horseback unveils a scene that combines wilderness and delicate views at the same time. An easy way to get immersed in this geographical setting.
At the highest top in the outskirts of El Bolsón, incredible glacial cracks feature a deep blue hue and eternal snow is ready to welcome sportsmen at Hielo Azul Shelter.
The adventure circuits in Argentinian Patagonia include remote places like El Saltillo, an oasis in a wild scene.
Few cycling tours are so amazing as those across the mountains. Whether for cycling enthusiasts or even for those brave riders who want to give it a try, we suggest joining El Bolsón with Esquel...