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Mountain Biking the Quetrihué Peninsula

March 25th, 2008 Posted in lifestyle, sports

Written by Jamie

Yesterday our good friends from New York and us packed up the truck and rolled over to Villa La Angostura. 

Wendy pampered herself with a nice spa day at La Posasa Hosteria. She reports back a great experience with a pool and hottub overlooking the lake and black sand beaches bordering Nahuel Huapi.

Meanwhile the 3 of us went for one of the best mountain bike rides anywhere, on the Quetrihué Peninsula to the Parque Nacional Los Arrayanes.

The trail is about 7.5 miles each way. Except for about 5 minutes of walking the bikes on the stairs, the whole trail is ride-able. The second half is all single track, with bank corners, that winds through an amazing forest. As you get closer to the peninsula, more of the magical arrayanes trees appear.

The ride terminates at the tip of the peninsula, just a few hundred feet from where the boats coming from Puerto Pañuleo land.

Brotha Bloom getting it done, Patagonian style!

  1. 4 Responses to “Mountain Biking the Quetrihué Peninsula”

  2. By boardwalk on Mar 26, 2008

    is he wearing a manzier or a bro?

  3. By Patagonia on Mar 27, 2008

    Señor Boardwalk,Please enlighten us on what a manzier or bro is please.

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