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We have just completed the hike from Villa Catedral to Refugio Frey. The hike took about 7 hours in total including lunch and a drink at the Refugio.
Having read a number of reviews none of them focus on how filthy the hike is to...More
Rather than take the traditional trail to get to Refugio Frey, I decided to go on the back side of the mountain and come down the traditional to get back to the parking lot. It took my friend and I about 7 hours to do...More
this spot is great for climbing: there are innumerable spires around and the camping facilities are pretty good. The lake makes for a very refreshing swim after climbing in the sun all day and the people of the refugio make excellent food!
Camping is free,...More
This one day hike was a brilliant starter for ten in Patagonia. You take the bus from the centre to the Catedral chairlift (it leaves quarter past the hour from the same stop as the airport bus) and the trail is signposted from the car...More
Did this mid december, nice day hike even for casual hikers & not too strenuous. Easily accessible trail & well marked so no real need for special gear if going at this time of year. Caught bus from Bariloche at 9am, bus back at 6pm...More
Hiked from Catedral to Frey then over the mountains to Refugio Jakob then out to Tambo. Then a few days later did the hike to Laguna Negra again over the mountains to Refugio Lopez and out to the road. Lots of snow on the tops...More
Not only excercising is great, but also you can do it during one day. Arriving to the Refugio and laguna is unique, and the Catedral Needles are huge!!
You can ascend on the lift chairs and walk through the Filo... or go by the path...More