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A private collection that became public thanks to its creator, a passionate settler from the previous century, for the benefit of the present generations.
Los Alerces National Park is wide and kind to its visitors. Trails through forests, sandy beaches and quiet residents were waiting for us.
Only 25 kilometers from Esquel, in a spectacular setting is Trevelin, a community founded by Welsh immigrants, whose European charm still lives on.
We went out to explore the surroundings of Esquel to see Lakes Rosario and Vintter, and the Corcovado River.
The surroundings of Trevelín offer several amusing tours. One of them leads to the border to visit the Chilean District of Futaleufú, an authentic inland town with the magic of its simplicity and quietness.
Crossing the steppe comfortably settled on board an old Patagonian express had been our dream for years. This experience enabled us to imagine how the ancient dwellers of southern Argentina used to travel.
Chaitén owes its recent fame to the eruption of the volcano bearing the same name. This episode has been left behind and the city has recovered its main natural attractions, very appropriate for a getaway from Esquel.
This mountain resort, located 13 km away from the city, with a privileged geographic location, offers snow as from the early days of June.
A hundred years in a town imply stories, images and anecdotes kept jealously in the memory chest by the first pioneers and the elderly.
Lago Tres captivates lovers of catch and release due to its strong bite of specimens that, though released back to the water, will show their weight at the other end of the rod.
Galloping around Valle Chico allows visitors to experience a gorgeous place and the extraordinary local nature.
As we advanced through the Patagonian high plateau, some huge walls with a reddish hue caught our attention. It was the place known as Valle de Los Altares. Their formation and height were worth a stop during our journey.
When it comes to active tourism, the Corcovado River and its exciting rapids surrounded by almost unspoiled nature is the ideal destination for adrenaline to flow.
Esquel also offers a great adventure sport experience. Among others, just 5 kilometers away from downtown it is possible to enjoy an amazing rock climbing course.