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Lilian G wrote a review Jun 2017
Banfield, Argentina29 contributions6 helpful votes
You don't quite realize the number of places with different views and hues there are around. Take your time to explore information beforehand because when you are there you want to make the best of each corner, of each view, of each mountain, of each activity.
Date of experience: December 2016
Adventure & Travel 24/7 wrote a review Jun 2016
Inman, South Carolina183 contributions22 helpful votes
Left from Aluminé and did the circuito. It took about three hours and really was so worth doing again. Love the trees, lakes, rivers, and the waterfall. Amazing!
Date of experience: May 2016
Chris White wrote a review Jan 2016
Surfers Paradise, Australia48 contributions8 helpful votes
The circuit takes in Lakes Alumine, Moquehue, and Pulmarie and their rivers in between, there is quite a lot of driving involved if you do it yourself on an unsealed road which was in reasonable to good condition. But the views on a bright and sunny day are amazing and for me especially the very quiet area around Lake Pulmarie. Also if you are able climb to the Top of the BIG rock nearby (a relatively easy climb) Lake Pulmarie to see very old pictures & figures on top painted a long time ago by the local Mapuche, views from the Top of the rock are awesome. AS an added bonus there are camping spots everywhere and at Pulmarie someone will cook and bring to you at your camp, your bbq asado....fabulous, so all you have to do is drink up the scenery and relax.…
Date of experience: January 2016
marmanzo wrote a review Apr 2015
171 contributions61 helpful votes
Villa Pehuenia is a beautiful village of Mapuche heritage, embedded high in the Andes, surrounded by several surprisingly blue water lakes. In winter, there is a fairly simple ski resort, but sufficiently prepared for getting started or for those who just want to have fun.
Date of experience: May 2014
Verito70 wrote a review Dec 2013
Buenos Aires, Argentina238 contributions28 helpful votes
The circuit was nice, perhaps a bit longer than expected. The road is a gravel road and since we did it with a standard car (not a 4x4) we had to be careful as the gravel was not in best conditions. So, a good advise is to go slow and be careful.
Date of experience: November 2013