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“pink house” (2 reviews)
“hiking shoes” (2 reviews)
“steep climb” (2 reviews)
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
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Reviewed 8 May 2017

My husband and I (both 31) are in good shape, yet never really did any trekking before. This was the first time we used our trekking shoes and boy do you need those! You walk over loose rocks and different paths--often times very steep. I...More

1  Thank Julia S
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Cerro Lopez offers a challenging and rewarding hike. It is fairly steep at times. Two hours to the Refugio and 3h to the top approximately. The last bit after the Refugio is rocky and steep. To hike to the top, you have to register online...More

Thank Stavros M
Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

We got up early, an took 0710 bus nr. 10 or 13 (be in time, next on @1100) from Bariloche center towards Colonia suiza. We could start the hike at 0805 at the snack bar which is the starting point of this amazing trail. It...More

Thank Raphael J
Reviewed 20 March 2017

We woke up at our hostel downtown and took the 20 bus (every 15 min) to the start of Circuito Chico. There is a bus (10) that goes to the base of Lopez but it doesn't run often. We heard that it is easy to...More

Thank Collin C
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

It took six hours total from the road snack bar at Rio Lopez to the Refugio Lopez and Back. Quite steep most of the way but no scary passages or big drop offs. Great Views most of the way. Lots of loose rock and dirt...More

Thank guateguyo
Reviewed 17 January 2017 via mobile

We took the direct bus 10 leaving at 7:10 from the centre in Bariloche. We arrived at about a quarter to 8. The trail is marked with red-white signs and early in the hike you can see the pink house on you right at the...More

Thank François V
Reviewed 6 September 2015

You do not need to climb "Cerro López"! For those that are not very fit, travel agencies in San Carlos de Bariloche organize tours on 4x4 jeep vehicles from the mountain's base up to the "Refugio Extremo Encantado", at 1260m. Snowshoeing for a 40 minute...More

Thank LuizDutraNeto
Reviewed 2 March 2015

The Trail head is on circuit Chico just beyond the fork to canopy and colonia suiza. It is possible to take bus 10 but apparently it runs less frequently than the schedule suggests. The road has enough traffic and hitch hiking should be easy. The...More

2  Thank Sandra K
Reviewed 28 February 2015

Its a steep walk to the top but if you are fit you can make it to the refugio in 90 mins to 2 hours and there is public transport (although not all that frequent) to the base. The views are amazing - and you...More

Thank Sam2803
Reviewed 28 January 2015

Went up the Cerro Lopez, was hot, a steep climb, very exhausting, but the breathtaking view was totally worth it!!

Thank Sandra I
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