Mount Tronador, in the Argentinean Patagonia, is one of the most iconic peaks in the area! Summit it with Pablo, IFMGA certified mountain guide.
Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec
Advanced excursions in the area of the Otto Meiling Refuge, Mount Tronador. Starting for the refuge, we'll summit the Argentine peak of one of the most iconic mountains in North Patagonia!
The excursion takes 8 to 12 hours. This will depend on the pace and the glacier conditions.
Due to the duration and character of the endeavour a good physical condition is mandatory. Besides, technical experience helps but is not a must.
The ascent starts around 4AM. Then, we cover 4.4 miles and 4430 feet across spectacular snowy glaciers and steep ridges. We reach the summit around noon. After a peek from the top the descent starts using the same route to get back to the refuge. Hopefully, we arrive not later than 3PM.
For operational and safety reasons there is a limit of two clients per guide. Another guide can join us in case of a larger group.
There are two options for this trip:
The first one, as described here, is a 1 day program, in which we go to the summit of the Argentinean Peak of Mt. Tronador from the Otto Meiling Refuge. If you choose this option you must do on your own the hike up from Pampa Linda to the refuge, where we'll meet. You must sleep there the night before because on summit day we start early in the morning. The path that goes up from Pampa Linda to the Meiling refuge is well marked, and you shouldn't have trouble doing it on your own if you have some previous experience in mountain trekking.
The second option is to do the whole program with me during the 3 days, including during day 1 the transfer from Bariloche to Pampa Linda and the ascent to the refuge, on day 2 the summit attempt, and on day 3 the descent from the refuge to Pampa Linda, and the transfer back from there to Bariloche. You can check this program here.
In any case, let me know if you are interested in reaching the top of one of the most iconic mountains of Bariloche region!
Group of 1
USD 600 Each
Group of 2
USD 450 Each
Want a different number of travellers?
- Guiding fee
3-day round trip (Bariloche-bariloche) is 850 usd for 1 person, and 450 usd p/p for a group of 2 (meals and accomodation in Otto Meiling refuge excluded).
The price indicated is for the 1-day trip. 3-day round trip (Bariloche-bariloche) is 850 usd for 1 person, and 450 usd p/p for a group of 2 (meals and accomodation in Otto Meiling refuge excluded).
Recommended clothing: thermal and polar fabrics for legs and torso, warm gloves and hut, over pants, a jacket with a hood, gaiters, thermal socks, good quality sunglasses, sunscreen and hydration system.
I also carry a cell phone, VHF radio, GPS and first aid kit.
At the Otto Meiling refuge if you choose the 1-day option.
AAGM-certified high mountain guide with international IFMGA certification, paragliding pilot (with tandem license) and physical education teacher.
I have made numerous climbs, ascents and ski trips in Patagonia, Mendoza, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Spain and the French Alps.
I work as an instructor and director in numerous mountain guide courses for the AAGM. I have opened many sport and multi-pitch routes in the Bariloche area and I am also author of climbing guide "Bariloche Vertical", published five times since 2004. In sport climbing I reach the grade of 8b worked and 7c on sight.
As a paragliding pilot, I have made numerous +100 kms flights in the mountains of Patagonia and several "hike and fly" tours, where I combine climbing mountains and flying down.
I look forward to guiding you in the beautiful mountains of Patagonia.
AAGM | UIAGM | IFMGA
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