Mountain bike became one of the most popular choices for tourists. Individually or in groups, the possibilities are many, for all tastes and all ages.
Some of the possible paths:
• International Pass Cardenal Samore | Along the National Route 231, 27 km from the center of Villa la Angostura, you arrive at the El Rincón customs office in Argentina. 20 km further on is the border with Chile, where a border landmark has been located. This International Pass is at 1314 masl and is the only one passable all year round.
• Arranyanes Forest | From the entrance to the Arrayanes National Park, a few meters from the Bahía Brava dock, a 12 km path starts in the direction of the Arrayanes forest.
• Cohiue the Grandfather | To 16 km of the Direction of Tourism (by the National Route 231) is the picada that leads to the coihue El Abuelo, a copy of about 400 or 500 years. From there, the path to the coihue starts, which is reached after crossing a labyrinth of cane colihue. Along this path you can also reach the Last Hope branch of Lake Nahuel Huapi. It is recommended to go with a guide.
• Road to the 7 lakes | Refers to a section of National Route 40. It joins the towns of San Martin de los Andes and Villa La Angostura and owes its name to seven lakes during its route. It has a length of approximately 107 km where you can appreciate the typical characteristics of the Patagonian Andes region: extensive forests, snowy hills and lakes. This road crosses two national parks: the Lanín and the Nahuel Huapi.