Parque Nacional Lago Puelo is one of the smallest national parks in the southern Andes and one of the warmest spots in the region. The oh-so-blue lake for which it’s named (glacial sediment creates the distinctive color) offers a host of recreational opportunities. The land around it, meanwhile, is ideal for hiking and threaded with trails that lead all the way to the Chilean border.
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