Mount Aconcagua, located in the province of Mendoza, Argentina, is the highest mountain in the world outside the Himalayas. Its almost seven thousand meters above sea level represent an important goal for climbers who come here every year (between December and March) to conquer this summit. Mount Aconcagua has two peaks, the North Peak (6962 m) and the South Peak (6930 m). From its north face people reach its summit via the “normal route”, which doesn’t require technical climbing skills. However, the effects of altitude are quite serious so it’s mandatory to have some prior acclimatization and an excellent physical condition. There is another ascent route known as the Polish Glacier and it is a bit more demanding. Finally, the ascent of the South Wall is the most difficult route to the summit.
Here below you’ll find a wide variety of mountaineering programs to Mount Aconcagua via its different routes. Select the most suitable for you and climb it safely. Explore-Share.com only promotes trips led by certified mountain guides!