Patagonia Park is a perfect place for nature enthusiasts, particularly those who enjoy hiking and observing wildlife. The park boasts an extensive trail system that enables visitors to explore various parts of the protected area.
Patagonia Park’s Entrances
There are three entry points to the park, each offering hiking routes of varying degrees of difficulty to explore on foot as well as campsites for overnight stays.
Cañadón Pinturas Entrance
It’s the ideal place to plan routes through Patagonia Park and consider distances to and from each entrance.
La Ascensión Entrance
A former cattle ranch that’s open to the public now features over forty kilometers of trails, providing access to both Lake Buenos Aires and the plateau that shares its name.
Scenic Route 41
Route 41 runs from the town of Los Antiguos to Lago Posadas and continues until it connects with the Perito Moreno National Park.
Views of the Lake Buenos Aires plateau and Cerro Colorado can be seen from where the Zeballos glacier, which supplies water to Los Antiguos, is located. The route has landmarks along the way indicating the best places to stop to enjoy the scenery.
* There is an audio guide available