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The road that leads to El Chaltén displays the unquestionable silhouettes of various rock massifs. The Fitz Roy, the Torre and the Poincenot, are part of this majestic trilogy
Reaching Laguna de los Tres lets amateur climbers make out Mount Fitz Roy from a close distance. A trek that becomes difficult in the last track but is totally worth the effort.
The hiking capital of Argentina, the small town of El Chaltén is a magnificent site to keep walking. A site for lovers of hiking and mountaineering.
At El Chaltén, we grabbed our hiking poles and set out along one of the easiest trails, ideal for beginners in the hiking adventure. Our destination: Lake Capri.
A few minutes away from El Chaltén there lies a singular attraction that lets visitors come close to a fall of fresh water. It is perfect for those who are not keen on hiking.
A beautiful mountain trail starting at El Chaltén makes us feel one of the most impressive sites on earth: the path to Lake Torre.
Navigating Lake Viedma towards the ancient walls of its glacier and then having the chance to walk on its surface using crampons is an experience hard to be forgotten. Undoubtedly, one obligatory excursion starting at El Chaltén.
We went trekking around the Torre Glacier, a demanding tour that implies hiking and ice climbing at the foot of the impressive mount.
This is one of the most popular tours among visitors to the City of El Chaltén. Due to its history and its natural beauty, sailing Lago del Desierto really pays off.