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EOLO lodge sits on a 10,000-acre estancia in the Patagonian steppe between the town of El Calafate and the immense Perito Moreno glacier. From every room, the views across the steppe, The Andes Mountains, Torres del Paine and Lake Argentino are spectacular.
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A stay at EOLO lodge gives you a true sense of freedom.
Spend one day exploring the breathtaking, exclusive landscapes surrounding EOLO. Hike through forests up to Cerro Frías viewpoint to admire endless views across the steppe. Cycle through the La Anita Valley or ride alongside a Patagonian Gaucho to the nearby Flamingo Lagoon.
The rest of your days at EOLO are for discovering the wonders of Los Glaciares National Park. Visit the magnificent Perito Moreno glacier, where you can trek with crampons across the ice or kayak near to the glacier’s front wall. Punta Bandera is another area of the National Park that has an abundance of stunning landscapes. Cruise across Lake Argentino towards Upsala Glacier, navigating passed icebergs. Hike through Fossils Canyon, where you’ll see sea fossils uncovered by glacial action, or towards the hanging glaciers of Cerro Mayo and Cerro Negro.
At the end of the day, return to the comfort and peace of the lodge. Recharge with a massage or by simply putting your legs up and admiring the views with a glass of Argentine wine.
Every season offers a different Patagonian experience.
During October and November, the trees and bushes of the Andean steppe and forest bloom and the birds return to begin building their nests. In summer (December – February), the wind is intense but the days are longer and warmer. During autumn (March and April), the forest that covers the mountains turns red. Autumn days are shorter but the wind is milder, the skies are blue and the nights are full of stars.
EOLO lodge closes between May and September.