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Straddling the border of Argentina and Chile, Mount Tronador is an extinct volcano and the highest peak in the region. Its name translates to Mount Thunderous, a reference to the awesome sound which rings out when part of one of its seven glaciers breaks away. Along with its eco-system and magnificent views, the immensity of the mountain and its glacier valley makes it a popular place to visit from Bariloche.

The base of the mountain is reached via paved and gravel roads, which lead past ever-changing vegetation, lakes and rivers. Upon arrival there are a number of walks available, including a short walks to spectacular waterfalls (such as the Salto Las Nalcas) or another to a hanging glacier.

Some of our favourite places to visit and things to do in the Argentine Lake District
What to do in the Argentine Lake District

Enchanted Valley

Marvel at the magical rock formations, ancient caves and spectacular views of the wonderfully-named Enchanted Valley.

Argentine Lake District Grand Tour

Discover the lakes, lagoons, valleys, forests and mountains of the Argentine Lake District in this memorable grand tour.

Seven Lakes Road

Enjoy one of Argentina's most spectacular drives, between Villa La Angostura and San Martín de los Andres.

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