Situated in the Northern Argentinean province of La Rioja, Cerro Bonete Chico sits at around 6,759 meters and is the sixth highest summit in the Andes. This peak is tucked away in the wilderness of the Cuyo region and climbing to the summit is an awesome challenge.
15-day mountaineering trip to Cerro Bonete, La Rioja
Aconcagua Base Camp trek (7 days)
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Cerro Bonete Chico?
This is a challenging climb and due to its remote location, it’s advisable to do it with an experienced mountain guide. Trips with a guide will also include acclimatization and camping or overnight stays in mountain huts along the way. It is not an overly technical climb, however, conditions can be extreme and it’s a real test of endurance so you’ll need an excellent level of fitness and mountaineering experience.
Why should I choose Cerro Bonete Chico for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
**Impressively high peak **
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Cerro Bonete Chico?
The summers are hot and humid sometimes reaching 35 degrees celsius and the winters are cold and short with temperatures rarely dipping below 0 degrees celsius.
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How can I get to Cerro Bonete Chico?
Fly from Buenos Aires to La Rioja and travel via car or transfer to the cerro.
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When is the best time to travel to Cerro Bonete Chico for Mountain Climbing?
December, January, February, March
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