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Beautiful - hard to find!

If walking from El Bolson town the path is not very clear at all to find this waterfall - we got... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2015
Sam O
,
Antibes, France
Very small waterfall but the walk was nice with wild blackberries

It is better to enter the marked trail from the cemetery on the north end of El Bolson (remiss... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2015
Sandra K
,
Munich, Germany
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23 Nov 2015
“Beautiful - hard to find!”
9 Mar 2015
“Very small waterfall but the walk was nice with wild blackberries”
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El Bolson, Argentina
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Reviewed 23 November 2015

If walking from El Bolson town the path is not very clear at all to find this waterfall - we got lost 3 times. But people are super friendly here so we found our way and it was worth the walk! There's a very dodgy...More

Thank Sam O
Reviewed 10 March 2015

It is better to enter the marked trail from the cemetery on the north end of El Bolson (remiss costs 70 peso). When we went it seems to be low season and no one was there. The picnic area was dirty full of trash and...More

Thank Sandra K
Reviewed 8 March 2015

This place was near one of our hostels. We took off for a morning run in hopes to show my girlfriend this little waterfall and then cross over to the Cada del Indio (Indian face rock). This place is small and good for those not...More

Thank HeyZeus82
Reviewed 28 January 2015

Unmisssable. A 30 minute walk up a steep but easy trail lead to a picnic area with a food stall that sells delicious (though small) raspberry smoothies and an assortment of snacks and beverages. From there you start the trail down to the feet of...More

Thank Bruno Sebastián R
Reviewed 24 January 2013

Great hike to the interesting falls and through canyon. Te park is visited by many local families and it was fun to watch the prepare their asados.

1  Thank mzungu333
Reviewed 21 February 2012

It was an amazing place but I was burned out when I finished the day.

Thank Solpata
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