Independent Trekking Areas in Patagonia
This area boasts of short hikes, backpacking trips, and some fabulous areas for mountain biking. All this through vast, unexplored, and untouched forests. In addition to this, there is no dearth of accommodation options here. Also, there is an opportunity to check out volcanoes and indulge in river rafting.
The mountain is a bit different from other mountains in Bariloche, a city in the province of Rio Negro, at the foothills of Andes. It is the highest in the Andes peaks and also has a number of glaciers. You can reach here through a forest, in the first part of the trek and then follow a range of volcanic rocks with great views of glaciers and waterfalls.
Futaleufú River Valley
This trekking zone offers a fabulous array of geographical forms, from lakes to snow-capped mountains. These treks are around valleys, lakes, and over high mountain passes. What is rare and unique about this aspect of trekking in Patagonia is the fact that they still include routes used by locals for going to isolated settlements.
It is rich in wildlife and has a wide range of thriving ecosystems. Abundant duration of daylight, especially during high season―January and February, is one of the many advantages of this region. This fact makes the region perfect for hiking and trekking.
While these were the best, other areas in the region such as the waterfall on the Rio Fuy, Los Glaciares National Park, Mount Fitz Roy, and Laguna Negra. Whatever route you take, trekking in Patagonia is sure to give you a breathtaking view of the Andes.