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Lago Escondido is surrounded by forests and steep mountain ranges.

Lago Escondido is a village and lake in the Ushuaia department in Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina. As of 2001 it has a population of 71, growing from 46 in 1991.

The villages which thrives lives mainly on logging and tourism, is located 57 km north of Ushuaia. There is a major sawmill works and timber operation in the area.

Lago Escondido is surrounded by forests and steep mountain ranges. The lake on which the village lies (and shares the same name) tends to change color depending on the sunlight.

50km away from the city of Ushuaia, by crossing the Andes Mountains through Paso Garibaldi, we reach Hidden Lake. We begin our trip from the Petrel Inn's dock (where companions and fishermen can take shelter in case it rains) and we go in search of excellent pieces of Brook Trouts In the edges of streams and “castoreras”.

We will also have the chance to capture large-sized Brown and Rainbow Trouts.
For lunch we will have the typical Argentinean barbecue ("asado") accompanied with a “picada” (cold cuts and cheeses), wine, beer and of course, the taste of our region.

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