TREVELIN & WELSH COLONY ROUTE
Located 25 km away from Esquel, Trevelin is a peaceful Andean town with a marked presence of Welsh culture. The story begins with the arrival of the first settlers in 1985 and settled in the valley to develop productive activities mainly the wheat with the installation of the mills, thus taking the name that today characterizes Trevelin "Village of the Mill". History is kept alive in museums and stories. The beautiful valley also gave rise to different undertakings such as vineyards, Trout farms or Tulip plantations. We will visit the Nant & Fall Waterfall, the Nant Fach Flour Mill Museum and Nant & Fall vineyards. The tour ends in Trevellin, enjoying a typical Wales tea.
Trekking to “La Cruz” located in Cerro San Isidro at 2700 m.a.s.l. From the top of this hill you get a spectacular and attractive panoramic view of Cafayate. Departure from Cafayate: a vehicle transfer visitors to the foot of the hill to start the ascent. The first part of the route is steep -approximately 3.5 km- until we reach the top from where you get a unique view. According to weather conditions guests will have time at the top to take a snack or contemplate the landscape before returning.
Cerro Catedral is an important international ski center and another of the traditional attractions of Bariloche, especially during the winter season, although it remains open all year round. It offers a wide and varied service infrastructure to practice all types of skiing and other winter sports. Hospitality, gastronomy and a variety of places satisfy the tastes and needs of skiers and tourists. To climb Cerro Catedral there are some alternatives for pedestrians (optional, lifts not included). At the top we will find bars and restaurants. Every year the National Snow Festival is celebrated, with fireworks and the famous torch descent from the Hill.