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Trekking in the Lake District

View of Nahuel Huapi National ParkIn some ways similar to our own verdant Lake District, the Argentine Lakes in the north of Patagonia is argueably one of the most beautiful parts of the region. Outdoor enthusiasts flock here to take advantage of the outdoor adventures on offer and to escape to an authentic, relaxing retreat overlooking some of the region's 20 lakes, the biggest of which is Nahuel Huapi Lake in Bariloche.

Several towns serve as bases for hikes into the nearby national parks in the Argentine Lakes including the hippy town of El Bolson in the south and the chocolate obsessed town of Bariloche in the middle. To get there, fly from Buenos Aires to Bariloche or San Martin de los Andes with Aerolineas Argentinas. 

On this page we'll tell you more about how to spend your time in the Lakes.

Trekking around Bariloche  

Multisport Adventure in Bariloche

Kayak, mountain bike and trek the lakes and mountains of Bariloche on this 5 day, medium difficulty level trip with a local operator. You'll ...

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5 days

$1,650

Bariloche Lakes and Mountains Adventure

This multi sport adventure will see you kayaking, biking and trekking from lake to lake and eating typical Argentinean 'asado'. You'll spend one night ...

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8 days

$1,984

Hike Hut to Hut in Bariloche

Stay in mountain lodges surrounded by granite spires, trek through lagoons, forests and valleys, all the time having a fantastic view of the mountains ...

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4 days

$881

Cross the Lakes from Argentina to Chile

A great way to get from A to B across the Andes, this private trip will get you out into the mountains of the ...

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4 days

$1,021

Map showing landmarks visited by trekking trips in the Lake District

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Guide to Patagonia

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Tours of Patagonia

One way to see the very best that Patagonia offers is to book a tour that takes you to 2 or more different destinations in one trip. With these tours you'll be able to spend time in a few areas and have all the logistics, transport and accommodation organised for you as you move around Patagonia. See all of our Patagonia Tours, or consider:

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About Swoop

We've spent 15 years exploring Patagonia, and arranged holidays for over a thousand customers. We have a network of trusted guides, lodges, and local operators across the region and delight in helping people plan and arrange a great holiday.

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