Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi is a vast, protected area in the Lake Distrit of Argentinean Patagonia. The park is known for Nahuel Huapi, its largest glacial lake. San Carlos de Bariloche, known for its chocolate industry, and the resort of Villa La Angostura are on its shores. The Andes form its western border and include soaring Mount Tronador, a dormant volcano. The forest areas are home to rare pudu deer. This is a very large park and it offers many activities. The fly fishing for trout is good, catch and release, horse back riding and tons of trails to explore. The lakes are crystal clear, large and absolutely stunning. The mountains reach up into the sky with their snow peaks to give panoramic views. There is even a black glacier to look at the base of Tronador. There are numerous pullouts and stands to take in the panoramic views. There are also a few seasonal hotels plus restaurants and coffee shops. Some are open year round as well.
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