The glacier is the source of one of the nearby rivers, called Río Manso (tame river), which you can also see, and there are waterfalls, including the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat), where several waterfalls come together.
Cerro Tronador looms over the hamlet of Pampa Linda, you arrive at after driving along U-shaped, pale blue Mascardi lake. Visitors can hike up to the glacier at Refugio Otto Meiling (where you can also spend the night) and keep going until the road ends at the Garganta del Diablo falls. You can also do this part by bike. In either case, you’ll want to be careful not to get too close to the falls’ edge.
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Fly from Buenos Aires for a 3-night Bariloche adventure! Just 2 hours away by air, the town of Bariloche provides an easy access to Nahuel Huapi National Park, ... Read more
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Duration: 4 days (approx.)