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Rock Climbing in El Chaltén: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You

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El Chaltén is a city located in the province of Santa Cruz, south of the Andes Mountains. Lying at the foot of the Fitz Roy and Torre ranges, it is one of the most sought-after places by climbers around the world. Thanks to its incredible granite needles and its high quality rock, El Chaltén offers beautiful spots for the practice of rock climbing. Without a doubt, climbing one of El Chaltén’s walls will be an unforgettable experience. Although the weather conditions may be somewhat rough, the best time to enjoy rock climbing here is from December to March, during the Patagonian summer. So, if you’re looking for a high quality rock adventure, please select one of the following programs. Explore-Share.com only promotes trips led by certified guides. 

Top rock climbing trips | El Chaltén

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What people are saying about Rock Climbing | El Chaltén

Ali

5.00

Merlin was a fabulous guide! Not only is he a super accomplished climber, but he is also personable and fun to spend the day with. We have some climbing experience, and Merlin selected sport climbing that was a fun challenge for our skill level. We 100% recommend him as a guide.

Dorothy

5.00

Merlin was great—very knowledgeable, encouraging, and safe. I would definitely climb with him again and recommend his services very, very highly!

Bethany

5.00

We had a great time!

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We had a great experience climbing with Merlín in El Chalten. He did a great job of teaching us the basics and giving us a variety of climbs to do. The booking process was pretty straightforward, and overall I would definitely recommend this to anyone.

Elaine

5.00

Indio was an amazing guide! I am safe and sound on the ground now :) He was very knowledgeable about the terrain and weather patterns; he changed plans, urged me to move faster accordingly. He answered all my questions and was really patient with my slowness. As for the climb, it's a great intro to Alpine world. I'm primarily a rock climber, so the ice/snow part was all new. The ice/snow part was strenuous, but doable as a completely newbie, and basically you can be pulled up or lowered if you're struggling. Approach was long, rocky, and windy. What a great experience. Highly recommend Indio and the climb!

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