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Feb 7, 2018
“Great Journey Along the Peninsula”
Nov 4, 2015
“Took the catamaran and hiked back”
Peninsula de Quetrihue / Villa la Angostura, Argentina
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Reviewed February 7, 2018 via mobile

I rented a bike in order to visit the park. Even if the start point is full of stairs and tracks not suitable for bike, after 1km it is just amazing for riding. If you prefer hiking the way it is the same as the...More

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Reviewed November 4, 2015

This was a beautiful activity even in the cold since we were warmly dressed in our fleece. We took the boat down (45 min ride) through the lake--a gorgeous trip with incredible views and reflections of the mountain ranges to the tip of the arrayanes...More

2  Thank highstepper23
Reviewed May 29, 2015

Went there as part of a half-day boat trip from Puerto Pañuelo that also included Isla Victoria. It's an easy, peaceful hike among exotic, picture-perfect trees. Totally worth it.

2  Thank MoriartyParadise
Reviewed February 25, 2015

We arrived via boat on a crossing of the lake to Llao Llao. There is a well marked, guided trail close to the dock. The Arranyanes forest is lovely, and there are multiple vistas of water, mountains, sky, and many creatures. Well worth an hour...More

1  Thank Trek-Always
Reviewed November 27, 2014

we drove through the park to cross the border over to Chile and it was an amazing experience to feel we were a miniscule part of that great forest

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Reviewed January 13, 2014

We chose to make the 12km walk through the park to visit these cinnamon-barked myrtles rather than take the boat. The walk is a comfortable 3 hours and is a beautiful hike through a beautiful forests - not many viewpoints along the way but lots...More

2  Thank EandSmee
Reviewed November 14, 2012 via mobile

we hiked the 12km from the entrance to the end of the park where the arrayanes trees grow. then we took the ferry back to the starting point, which is a nice way to explore this park. the one way ferry cost 90pesos - we...More

3  Thank venkman_at
Reviewed May 15, 2012

We spent 3,5 hs walking through Península de Quetrihué to get to the Arrayanes forest, what a magical experience!

1  Thank Fabian R
Reviewed April 17, 2012

We rented bikes in Villa la Angostura (next to the tourist information) and cycled from the village to the actual forest at the end of the peninsula. It is about 15 kilometers in total (3 to the entrance of the park and 12 inside the...More

1  Thank Schaapblater
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