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Volcan Lanin

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Volcan Lanin

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4-Day Tour in San Martin de los Andes

Discover one of the most beautiful cities of the Argentinean Patagonia and enjoy all the peace and tranquility of the Lake Lácar and the Andean forest.<br>On this trip we will tour one of the most beautiful roads in Argentine Patagonia: we will travel the 7 lakes Route until we reach Villa Langostura, a city that seems to come out of a fairy tale.<br>In addition, we will explore the Lanín National Park, to marvel at a magnificent natural landscape and landmarks such as Huechulafquen Lake and the imposing Lanín Volcano.<br>Our package Classic San Martin de los Andes includes 3-night accommodation, excursions and transfers.
US$492.25 per adult
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Demian wrote a review Jan 2019
Province of San Luis, Argentina233 contributions59 helpful votes
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Recommended to everyone, who enjoys hiking. There are many trails with different levels of difficulties and duration. Plan at least half a day to visit the park, but multiple day stay is worthwhile nontheless. Unfortunately, aIgadn’t enough time to do a long hike, instead I did the ‘Cascada El Saltillo’ trail, which leads to a lovely waterfall at the end. Other activities such as boat trips, kayaking or swimming can be done too.. Roads are unpaved and varies in their condition (incl. some very bumpy sections). I was fine with an non-4x4 small car, but I imagine it becomes a difficult to impossible task, when roads are wet. Park entry was 350 arg. Pesos p.p. (see photo of price list) Opening hours of the park office: 8am to 8:00pm
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Michael T wrote a review Dec 2018
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Mount Lanin is spectacularly beautiful. My wife and I had the pleasure of staying a week in Junin de los Andes for outstanding fly fishing with Jack Trout internatonal. We took a day off from catching big browns on dry fly to drive up into the Lanin National Park for an exhilarating hike up to the base camp of the Volcan Lanin -- absolutely beautiful! And a very easy going hike. After the base camp of course it's serious mountaineering. Enjoy!!!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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diloo1 wrote a review Dec 2017
Porto, Portugal97 contributions72 helpful votes
The National Park is very well organized, there is a trail from which you can start the ascent to the base of the volcano, through a magnificent forest of araucaria trees!
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Susan C wrote a review Mar 2016
McMinnville, Oregon4 contributions4 helpful votes
Great hiking to a waterfall, to the base of Lanin! I rate good rather than excellent only because our visit was in dry season and hikes were very dusty. Chilly mornings and evenings were refreshing and bird and sunset watching were excellent!
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Date of experience: March 2016
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SabrinaShaw wrote a review Feb 2016
Buenos Aires, Argentina60 contributions14 helpful votes
This is as good as it gets for an extreme mountain adventure ... if you are fairly fit and up for a challenge, climbing Volcan Lanin is demanding but doable, with a little luck from your legs, the weather and, importantly, your mindset. One third of the people who attempt to summit desist because they think it too daunting. That was nearly the case of my 14 year old son - who thought that trekking for 13 hours on Day 2 was beyond his capacity. He made it and it will be the jewel in his crown of achievements - perhaps for a lifetime ... or until he does it again. By way of preparation, try climbing as many stairs as you can and bring all the appropriate gear as the conditions are constantly changing.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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