Guided tour

Bariloche: Cerro Tronador

4.8 / 5

8 reviews

Bariloche: Cerro Tronador

From $38 per person

Drive in the direction of the Cordillera de los Andes, along the national route 40 and to the south. Skirt the banks of the Gutiérrez and Mascardi Lakes and then arrive at the gravel road that leaves you at the base of Cerro Tronador.

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Duration 8 hours
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Experience

Highlights
  • Get to know the hanging glacier of Cerro Tronador
  • Admire stunning landscapes
  • Be amazed by the Devil's Throat
Full description
Cerro Tronador is the highest mountain in the National Park Nahuel Huapi with three picks in its summit - one Chilean, one international, and one Argentinean. To arrive at its base from San Carlos de Bariloche it is necessary to take the national route #258 heading for El Bolsón and then, to arrive at the south part of Lake Mascardi, take the route #254 toward the right until arriving to Pampa Linda, a small village that has a hostel with a restaurant, camping site, park guard, and a section of Gendarmería Nacional. From here, you will see several paths for trips by foot or by horse that will allow you to discover places of an extraordinary beauty. You can admire, for example, the Manso Glacier or the snowdrift Negro, which together birth the Manso Superior River that ends in Lake Mascardi after traveling through the Valley of the Vuriloches. You could also head to Otto Meiling refuge, located 2,000 meters high, from where the ascent to the summits of the Tronador begins (experts only). Tronador is 3450 meters high and owes its name to the impressive noise that is made by large detachments of ice. Explore its surroundings on this tour with roundtrip transportation.
Includes
  • Pickup from central hotels and up to KM 8 AV Bustillo
  • Insurance
  • National Park entrance fee (payment only Argentinean pesos cash)
  • Meals
  • Visit to the waterfall
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments

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4.8 /5

based on 8 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.8/5
  • Transportation
    4.8/5
  • Value for money
    4.6/5
  • Safety
    5/5

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Great trip to the Cerro Tronador national park. Its a 30mins drive to the park entrance from Bariloche and then there are a few stops along the way until you get to the black glacier at the base of Cerro Tornador. Time is provided for lunch (one hour) and a short trek to the Devils Throat (40mins) which is nice. Then a two hour drive back to Bariloche (slow going in the park as gravel track limits speed). Really good day out and some spectacular sights, great value with good driver and guide making the trip highly recommended.

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February 21, 2020

Excelente tour, muy bueno, el guía que nos tocó fue espectacular

January 1, 2020

December 30, 2019

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