Mountain Climbing trips – Mendoza

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The province of Mendoza lies across the central west region of Argentina, along the border with Chile. The Andes mountain range runs down the border with Chile, while at lower altitude its vineyards are famed from across the world for its quality. The province of Mendoza is home to the enormous Aconcagua, which at 6,960 meters above sea level is the highest mountain in both the Southern and Western Hemisphere.

 

 

 

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What’s the weather like?

The province is dominated by a continental climate. The lowlands are hot in summer while the higher altitude sections are cooler.

Language

Spanish.

Currency

Argentinian peso.

Country Code

+54.

Best time to visit

Visit during the warmer months between November and March for ideal mountain climbing conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

  • 24 reviews

 

I did a four days mountaineering tour with Joaquin and it was great. Joaquin understands to put the foucs on the needs of the customers and his knowledges about the region in the Andes is quite extensive. It was especially great beacuse the nice personality of Jaoquin allowed us to have good talks and insights about the Argentinian culture and life. Can only recommend him!
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James Ryan
The expedition was great. Andy was a great guide who was very attentive to all the climbers and was constantly checking how we were feeling both physically and emotionally. He was always focused on one objective, to get us all to the summit and back down safely. In this regard he would always go the extra mile! Andy is the best guide i have climbed with by far and all guides should be as professional and attentive as him. The food was fine for a non meat eater but there is only so much cheese someone can eat no matter how well it is served:grinning: The huts and tents were all good. The mountain was hard, the summit was harder! I was totally exhausted but felt great after the summit. The Hotel was good with a nice pool and Mendoza was a really nice place to be with very nice people. All in all a great trip with a great group of climbers and two of the best guides. Would I recommend this trip? simple answer is..... Hell yeahh!!
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Tony
It was a true life experience. I enjoy every moment of it. Our guides were excellent and inka facilities for this journey were up to par with what I expected.
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Luc Morin
 

 

 

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