This activity does not have an age limit, and it challenges your physical condition and proposes you a thrilling experience among changing landscapes. The best time to practise it is from September to the end of May. In Lanín and Nahuel Huapi National Parks you can have access to some paths of outstanding natural beauty. In Lanín National Park, you can follow the path on El Chivo Hill among canebrakes and coigue forests, or Paimún path, through which you reach a 5,666 feet mountain refuge, or the path that goes to the southern wall refuge of Lanín volcano, 7,666 feet high, an excellent alternative for lovers of thick vegetation and steep slopes. In Nahuel Huapi National Park, from Villa La Angostura until Arrayanes National Park, you can walk going round the edge of the lake. On the international border with Chile, you can follow the Sendero del Bosque (forest trail), surrounded by araucarias. Observation of flora and fauna in the region, and Neuquén’s landscapes and culture dazzle tourists on every trail.