Hiking in Argentina has originally been related to trekking. It was originated in protected natural areas. There you can find a profuse offer of circuits of different lengths and difficulty levels, that permit getting as deep as possible in each environment.
The Andean Track is remarkable at the Patagonian Region, connecting Lanín National Park, Nahuel Huapi National Park, Lago Puelo National Park and Los Alerces National Park.
This track features a mountain and lakes environment where the hiker has a medium difficulty route that offers charm, diversity and surprise, all at the same time. Volcanoes, communities of mapuches, plateau and Andean forest offer together intense experiences.
The route covers cities like: Esquel, Cholila, Epuyen, El Hoyo, Lago Puelo, El Bolsón, El Foyel, Villa Pehuenia, Bariloche, Villa Traful, Villa la Angostura, San Martín de los Andes and Junín de los Andes.
This combination of diverse environments and the strong presence of protected areas open up a bouquet of possibilities for practicing this activity throughout the country. Environment and weather diversity give the chance of practicing this sport during the whole year.