Duration: 1/2 day.
Includes: Transfer, Two hours horseride (approx), Full barbeque (asado).
Duration: 1/2 day.
Includes: Transfer, Two hours horseride (approx), Full tea service.
Duration: All day.
ncludes: Transfer, Four hours horseride (approx), Full barbeque, Full tea service.
- We do two or more day horseriding tours. If you are interested, ask us about them. -
We are descendants of original settlers, and live less than 10 miles from the Civic Center (30 minutes car-ride). Our state lies within the boundaries of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, at a point where the forest transitions into the patagonian steppe (eco-tono). We offer a guided tour on horseback, with exepctional views of the Patagonian steppe, Las Buitreras and Carbon mountains and the Ñirihuau river valley. The tour lasts approximately two hours. After crossing a large marsh we will go through a mixed forest that features many varieties of local flora such as ñire, retamo, palo piche, radal and lenga. We will then ascend to a ridge from wich we will enjoy breathtaking views.
After the ride we will treat you to a traditional Argentinian asado (barbecue). We promise that you will have an unforgettable day!
This tour has been authorized by the National Parks Administration and is conducted by certified guides. Liability and accident insurance is available.
he Haneck name was brought to Bariloche by Don Herman Haneck, back in the 1890's, when he came as kitchen helper along with F.P. Moreno and the Limits Comission between Argentina and Chile. Inspite of his young age (and low rank) he got as part of his reward for his hard and adventurous work the lands wich are now ours. Since the beginings of last century and up until 1970, the lands were used for grazing cattle and sheep.
Herman Haneck was the first Haneck to arrive in Bariloche, but years later his father (also named Herman) came as well, and became the owner of the first flour mill in Bariloche. He worked hard to help the development of the city along with other pioneers, and even donated lands to build the German-Argentinian school Primo Capraro.
Now, his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, heirs of this family tradition welcome you to share anecdotes and great food, along with the cordiality and warmth of our people and the breathtaking views of the Andes.
Herman, great grandson of Herman Haneck Sr and Monica your wife.
Eldest son of Chango and Monica.
Second son of Chango and Monica.
Youngest daughter of Chango and Monica.
Granddaughter of Chango and Moni, daughter of Suyai.
Grandson of Chango and Moni, son of Suyai.