Visit Cerro Tronador, the highest peak in the surroundings of Bariloche and the only one which snow and ice cover the ground throughout the year due to the glaciers in its Summit.
We leave Bariloche southwards along a scenery route that borders the banks of lakes Gutierrez and Mascardi. When crossing the bridge over the Manso river, you arrive at Pampa Linda , where we have lunch.
You will be amazed by waterfalls and cascades, unspoilt wilderness, on a trail that ends at the foot of Mount Tronador , the highest mountain in the National Park, that takes its name from the thundery sound (Tronador – Thundering) of the glacial ice that cracks and thunders. From this point you will see the Ventisquero Negro , the black glacier, named for its striking black color.
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- **Does it include the visit to Cascada Los Alerces?** No, it is not possible to visit the waterfall, for it’s a year since a bridge is broken, preventing vehicular traffic.
- **Can we reach the summit?** No, this is not a Mount Tronador ascent trip, and there are no lifts you can take to ascend.
- **Am I going to be in contact with the snow?** No, snow and glaciers are at the top of the mountain and the tour reaches the base. However it is normal to be in contact with snow in this area due to the frequent snowfalls during the winter season.
- **How much is the National Park entrance?** Where should I pay? The National Park entrance fee is $ 400 for non-resident adults; $ 180 Argentine Residents; $ 90 Children between 6 and 12 years old. ** Do not pay entrance to parks **: children under 5 years; Retirees and Pensioners who are residents of Argentina; Persons with a disability certificate; Residents of Bariloche. The Entrance to Parks are paid at the place on the day of the tour, only in cash and in Argentine Pesos
- **Is there any difference in the service between the “Flexible”**and the “Special” rate? No, the service is exactly the same