Mountain and lake location . 23,000 meters. Just 12 km from San Martin de los Andes. Awesome vistas of the Andes and Lolog's Lake. Lolog is a gorgeous fishing district. Located about 12 km northwest of the city of San Martin de los Andes, it holds the city's chief supply of pure drinking water. For this reason it was qualified as a Protected Nature Areas in 1994. It is bordered by high hillsides, blanketed in forests of colihue cane, as well as high trees, such as roble pellín, rauli and cypresses that dye the hillsides in copper and orange in fall. Around you can find animals such as red deer, wild boar, foxes, hares and wild ducks are frequently seen. Its grayish-green waters abound with salmon. Principal house 860 m2, 6 rooms of which 4 are in-suites, one more bathroom and two additional toilets, 2 living rooms, large stone built fireplace, big dining room and an extra one with nice room. Next to the garage two more rooms. An unbeatable gallery to lay and enjoy the wonderful nature all around. Fruit and native trees in the property. Every single room has a breathtaking lake and mountain view. Adjacent to the main house: Standard mountain cottage of 100 m2 comprising of 3 rooms, one bathroom,living- dining room and a kitchen. A storehouse of 100 m2 with a special tool room. For many visitors, San Martín de los Andes, is one of the most dazzling and emblematic Andean cities in Argentinian Patagonia. Its particular architecture composed of stone and wood, its varied cultural offer, its people and its sceneries make it one of the most popular destinations for those who wish to have a well-deserved vacation. Resting on the shores of Lake Lácar and surrounded by the majesty of the Lanín National Park, beautiful San Martín de los Andes has so many attractions during the four seasons that visitors wish to remain here for good. Thousands of tourists come to the city in the summer to enjoy countless recreational activities including mountain biking, canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, climbing and, of course, trout and salmon fly-fishing. In winter, this city is the perfect location for winter sports practice, such as ski and snowboarding. San Martín de los Andes may be accessed either by land or by air. Planes touch down at the local airport, a little more than 20 kilometers away from town.