trekking in bariloche, patagonia This page was last updated on: 01 April, 2017

Public bus fares in Bariloche:

You can only travel on the bus with a magnetic card called the SUBE (same system as Buenos Aires) with sufficient credit for your journey.. The SUBE can only be purchased at various points around Bariloche. Ask at the tourist info center or try here . The bus company is called Mi Bus (their website shows Bus numbers and routes but no prices!)

Getting Around

Public Bus system around Bariloche:

The bus service is Bariloche flucuates between being excellent and abismal (!), the service to Colonia Suiza has in the past been the worst. Pick up a complete bus timetable at the Tourist Info Centre at the Centro Civico in the heart of Bariloche or at the bus company office (Mi Bus), or ask at your hotel or hostel before heading out as the services, and timetables are subject to change.

The buses you will use to get to the trail heads are:

Tourist bus services

Bariloche - Pampa Linda: There are tourist services daily during the summer months, in the morning (about 8.30am - confirm before travel), returning in the evening (5pm - confirm before travel). Ask at the Mountain Info Centre next to Club Andino and opposite at Transitando lo Natural for prices and timetable. Buy your tickets in advance, especially in the high season. Enquire for departures out of season which may as there may no be any unless there is enough demand. NO ticket office in Pampa Linda but you may be able to buy tickets on the bus in Pampa Linda subject to space - enquire in Bariloche before heading out. Enquire at the Otto Meiling and Paso de la Nubes Refuges as they may also offer bus ticket sales.

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Getting there and Away

Bus services to/from Bariloche:
Via Bariloche

Services from Chile:
Puerto Montt / Osorno - Bariloche: Cruz Del Sur & ViaBariloche

Aerolineas Argentinas:

From Bariloche Airport to the centre:
Bus 72 - scheduled to meet most flights about
Mini bus transfer
& Taxis

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