Most visitors take the Cablecarril and Silla Lynch, (two different gondolas/lifts) which also have a great view, and stop at the Confitería (café) for a coffee or hot chocolate to enjoy the view.
From here you can continue hiking along the ridge, to Refugio Frey, for a day hike or to spend the night. The area is very popular with rock climbers, and the mountain takes its names from the rocky spires that look like those of a Gothic Cathedral.
Visitors can also hike up the mountain, starting from the ski camp base. It’s a ten-kilometer, relatively easy hike and is usually possible from December to April, weather permitting.
Tours & Tickets
This 8-hour private tour is probably the most outstanding trek that you can choose from Bariloche. We pick you up at your hotel, we drive to the base of ... Read more
Location: San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Duration: 8 hours (approx.)