"One of Four Seasons' new hunts takes place about 45 minutes by car south of Bariloche and also within Nahuel Huapi National Park, where they are able to hunt 24,700 acres of unfenced, pristine wilderness. These are classic wilderness hunts similar to those conducted for elk in the Rocky Mountains of the US. Accommodations are at their streamside Tent Camp, comprised of Alaskan wall tents with hard floors. A maximum of four hunters are accommodated at one time, with two or three ideal.
"These hunts are conducted on horseback and foot. The walking can be vigorous and lots of horseback riding is required. Hunters who cannot negotiate rough terrain on foot or ride many hours each day in search of game should opt for Four Season's other new program, which I'll get to in a minute.
"A handful of Four Seasons clients have hunted Tent Camp the last two seasons and taken some very nice stags with good mass. One of this season's clients took a stag with elk-like antlers right away then chased another larger stag for three days but missed and never got him.
"The second new area is called San Ramon and is about 30 minutes west of Bariloche, practically next to the airport. It is a working cattle and sheep ranch not under high fence.........(continued)