Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
We’ll meet at the airport and transfer you to El Chaltén, where we’ll check in at the hotel and have a welcome dinner.
Review of climbing techniques and preparation for our adventure. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
We’ll start hiking near Laguna Torre and cross the Fitz Roy river in zipline. Then, we’ll reach the base camp, set up our tents, and prepare for our first climb. This will take us around 3-5 hours. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
Today, we’ll face a challenging climb to the top of Cerro Solo. From the summit, you will be able to contemplate amazing views, such as Cerro Torre, Cordon Adela, and Fitz Roy. Then, we’ll return to the camp. This climb will be around 8-10 hours long. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
We’ll hike back to El Chaltén. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
Rest day in El Chaltén. Breakfast included.
Today we’ll hike to the camp above Laguna Sucia and set our tents (5-6 hours). Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
We’ll face a technical climb to the summit and rappel the descent. Then, we’ll return to the camp. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.
We’ll return to El Chaltén and prepare for our next objective.
We’ll go to the Río Eléctrico bridge and start hiking to Piedra del Fraile. We’ll reach our camp and enjoy dinner. This will take us around 4-5 hours. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
Depending on weather conditions, we’ll choose between two climbing routes. We can go either through the northwest face or through the Amy route (10-12 hours). Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
We’ll return to the town for our last night and enjoy an asado, a traditional local meal. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included.
We’ll transfer you to the airport and say goodbye.
5 nights in a Hotel in El Chaltén.
I´m based in Bariloche, Patagonia, where I guide full time, mostly technical custom trips with small groups.
I started guiding in 1998, and my job took me all around the globe. In Montana, USA, where I lived for many years I worked extensively in the Rockies, guiding in the Tetons, Wind Rivers, and the Beartooths. Back to Argentina, I spend most of my time ski guiding volcanoes, rock climbing at Frey and mountaineering in Chalten and Tronador.
The rest of time I work as a Technical director at the AAGM, forming new guides, and trying to be an exciting dad for my two kids, taking advantage of the great backyard we have at home!
Stay up-to-date on the best adventures!