Yes, it can easily be combined by land with places like San Carlos de Bariloche and Villa la Angostura, taking the Seven Lakes Route during the summer.
If you stay overnight in San Carlos de Bariloche, you can also fly to El Calafate – Lago Argentino, and, from there, to the rest of Patagonia, even Chile.
You can also combine this with Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas in Chile, by the International Lakes crossing, which is described in our excursion section.
There is no such thing as a “best” time. Any time of the year is different and has a particular charm, like winter for snow sports between July and September; or spring with beautiful views and activities like trekking; summer for water sports and adventures, and fall with a wonderful coloring.
Yes, mostly depending of the season. High season is during the winter and in the months of January through March. For those times we recommend to make reservations three months in advance, at the very least.
No, this mountain is 11.8 miles from the city. Unlike Bariloche, there is no lodging at its base. There are 546 acres for ski, with a slope of 0.45 miles. From the peak you can enjoy a spectacular view of Lake Nahuel Huapi.