Lago Alumine

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Lago Alumine
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This picturesque lake is riddled with small beaches, many of which are deserted.
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Inman, SC192 contributions
Beautiful lake in a wonderful area.
Nov 2014 • Couples
Great fishing and many choices of lodging, camping in the area. Good restaurants and a few shops. It is in the mountains with little comforts and services other than what your hotel provides or you bring in with you. One small gas station and if you can bring some cans of fuel with you. Also any special food items you like because the shopping is slim and expensive. Worth the visit for a few days to relax and just soak in the nature.
Written December 17, 2014
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edmund c
West Linn, OR99 contributions
another wonder in the mts.
Jan 2014 • Family
quite a bit of unpaved roads to travel ( not unusual in Patagonia) but once again a clear as gin mirror between forested foothills to the Andes. age old cattle cos on the route bring back the days before power tools, when hand work was extremely well done by those who cared and had the time to do it for the next several generations, giving those to come time for better things to come.
Written January 21, 2014
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Elina M
Buenos Aires, Argentina74 contributions
An outback experience in Argentina, Patagonia
Mar 2012 • Friends
Alumine is a National Park and reserve. It is a huge space of valleys, Andean mountains, Patagonina forests,rivers, very few dirt roads. As a reserve only native Mapuche families are allowed to settle down and live there. It is a magnificent, isolated area. The most amazing experience was when two Mapuche guys riding their horses AND a litle 8 year older were herding their sheep. The little boy was in charge and we had to wait in the car for about 15 minutes until they managed to have the full herd crossed on to the other side. It felt a bit like "Dance with wolves"; I have been to many different places in the world but this trip because of the magnificence of Nature really impressed me. All you need is a van. You cannot camp at the reserve so every night you go back to Alumine town and from there you start the different treckings. A unique experience, hard for me to describe in English. Mother Nature lovers should not miss this spot of the world.
Written September 2, 2012
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