In the southwest of San Juan, a province of Argentina, people meet up to climb the fabulous Cerro Mercedario, one of the five peaks of the powerful but unexplored Ramada mountain range. It is the biggest glaciar valley of the region with summits that surpass 6000 meters in height, as it’s actually the case of the Mercedario (6770 m). The isolation and remoteness of this peak make it a perfect mountain to live an adventure with the only company of nature and, of course, a local guide who show you the best way to reach up there. Explore-Share only promotes trips led by certified mountain guides.
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