A premier Patagonia destination for anglers and non-sporting travelers, this sprawling ranch property affords anglers on-ranch access to multiple stretches of the Chimehuin River and the nearby Collon Cura and regional spring creeks. Ideally situated for daily adventures on horseback, Kayak or trek, Tipiliuke tailors to the active traveler looking to explore Northern Patagonia and return to a welcoming staff, fine Mendoza wines and exquisite Argentine and international cuisine.
A mid-sized freestone with deep willow-lined pools, the Chimehuin offers prime dry-fly and terrestrial fishing. The inch-worm hatch will stir your blood as large trout voraciously feed under the canopy. Guide knowledge is imperative here, and Patagonia Outfitters know every rock and riffle.
Consistently voted a top boutique accommodation, this stately 9 bedroom wood and stone property is nestled in a grove on the working 50,000-acre estancia. Stone patios, wood burning sauna, massage room and attentive hosts Mary Jo and Kevin allow sporting and non-sporting guests to relax in comfort.
Wide pools with productive “other sides” call for crisp 5/6 weight rods able to punch wind/distance and present a #16 dry fly. Weight-forward floating lines and longer leaders produce. A gear list is provided with confirmation package. Frontiers makes first-hand tackle and fly recommendations.
On- and off-property activities and a location just minutes from San Martin and Junín make Tipiliuke perfect for mixed groups and couples. It is also a wonderful equestrian destination.
Southern Hemisphere trout season runs November 1-May annually.
Stag, European boar and quail hunting are seasonally available.
Rates for the 2016 - 2017 season is $890 per person per night, based on double occupancy and shared fishing guide. Single supplements apply, contact Frontiers for more information.