What if…

By Eve Hoter, August 27, 2021 Today I was watching my dogs and witnessed what happens almost every day. They we sleeping on my couch, relaxed and calm. Suddenly they jumped up, ran out through the pet door and started barking looking towards the lake. I knew that it meant...

Trails of Peuma Hue: Trek to the Continental Divide

by Luz Davico - mldavico@gmail.com The Continental DivideDifficulty: medium.Duration: 1:30hs – 2hs (roundtrip). One of our most popular trails, the path to the Continental Divide (or Hilltop) is an excursion that takes between 1:30hs and 2hs, depending on our hiking speed and our rest stops. It’s named after the fact...

Poetry in Peuma Hue’s experience

by Peuma Hue We share with you a beautiful review from our guests, thank you so much for this wonderful words! We first visited Estancia Peuma Hue in January of 2017 and then when back a week ago in 2018. Both visits were at the end of exhausting adventures through...

Connecting with Nature: a path to Health

by Luz Davico - mldavico@gmail.com Can you imagine leaving your house without a face mask? For most people in Argentina it sounds like a dream - but it is absolutely possible: the offer for nature connection and areas away from crowds have become a popular trend recently, partly in response...

Awe Is a Skill You Can Cultivate

by Paul Nicolaus On Christmas Eve 1968, earthlings tuned in, mesmerized, as Apollo 8 crew members beamed their words and pictures back to the rest of humanity. “The vast loneliness up here of the moon is awe-inspiring,” Jim Lovell remarked during the live broadcast of the first manned mission to...

Mamba, Candy and their foals

By Eugenia Lerner - eugelerner@gmail.com One morning my dear friend Eve (who lives in Peuma Hue, a Tourist Ranch, on the shores of Lake Gutiérrez) calls me happily to announce: - Mamba's baby was born! She is a divine filly! I'm a little worried because it still won't stop. We'll...

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