- Rio Carrileufu
The Carrileufu, where the magic of angling comes to life. This river, born just beyond the National Park, weaves through the northern border, carving a path of wonder and excitement. Renowned for its early-season landlocked Atlantic salmon, the Carrileufu also boasts hard-fighting browns and rainbows that promise to test your mettle. Picture a beautiful river, its waters among the clearest on earth, flowing from the enchanting Lago Cholila through the historic Cholila Valley – once the stomping grounds of the infamous Butch Cassidy. As the river winds its way into Lago Rivadavia, becoming the wellspring of the Rivadavia River, every bend tells a story of nature's grandeur. The early season (Nov-Jan) unveils the Carrileufu at its best, and floating becomes the gateway to its secrets, promising an adventure where each ripple holds the promise of a thrilling encounter with the river's elusive inhabitants.