Cerro Campanario is a little mountain with a big view. It was also rated top 10 viewing spot in the world by National Geographic. It was first summited February 2, 1930, by Monsignor De Andrea. The chairlift begins at 770 meters (2,526 feet) and summits at 1,050 meters (3,445 feet). The orientation lends to spectacular views of lakes Nahuel Huapi and Moreno, Laguna El TrÃ©bol, peninsulas San Pedro and Llao Llao, Victoria Island, and mountains Otto, LÃ³pez, Goye, Catedral, Capilla as well as other peaks extending into Chile. The chairlift is a new Doppelmayer with a capacity of transporting 450 people per hour.
Bustillo KM 17.5
Llao Llao, Argentina
Hike, Chairlift ride
Located on the drive out to Llao Llao
Travel Tips: Cerro Campanario is great for the entire family (except for those greatly afraid of heights).
Price Description: 25 Argentine Pesos / Adults
12.50 Argentine Pesos / Children
Relative price: Mid-Range
Open Hours from:10 a.m.
Open Hours to:6 p.m. in the winter, 7:30 p.m. in the summer
Days Closed:closed on bad weather days
Travel Skills: None
You Need to Bring: warm clothing, camera