At the foot of the Andes range, Neuquén and Río Negro provinces enjoy big lakes and the Andean-Patagonian forest. Bariloche is the ideal town to "set up base camp" and explore the area. It provides a wide range of tourist services with five star hotels, fine restaurants to indulge in game meat, trout, and fresh red fruit desserts. The Catedral Mountain in Bariloche, is famous for its ski slopes, while López and Tronador mountain give excellent hiking trails. On Otto Mountain, a revolving restaurant serves tea and pie, besides an astonishing lake view. By the Manso River, cyclists can pedal between the lenga trees, while deep Nahuel Huapi lake has kayak rentals, tourist ferries, and sailing tours. Among the hottest attractions of Bariloche, Victoria Island is home to a sequoia forest, planted back in 1928.
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