• Trip duration
    4 days
  • Trip level
  • Max people per guide
  • Mountain range
  • Best period
    Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Dec


The idea of this expedition is to discover the Mount Gorra Blanca (2907 m). This mountain is located at the border of Argentina and Chile. We will leave from El Chaltén.

Gorra Blanca is a real limit between the Southern Patagonian Ice Field and the valleys with beech woods and Mountain Rivers. In fact, it stands up as a bastion and is the most identifiable mountain north from Marconi Pass.

This Patagonian mountain is truly beautiful. In addition, the views along the way and from the summit are unbelievable!

If you are looking for a challenging trip please contact me! You will certainly be amazed by the gorgeous landscapes of Patagonia.

I also offer many other climbs in Patagonia, for example as I mentioned Marconi pass.


Day 1

El Chaltén - Camp Playa Lago Eléctrico

We start in the morning from El Chaltén in a private transfer to the bridge over the river. Then Electric trek from 4 /5 hours takes us to the west bank of the lake at the foot of Glacier Electric Marconi, where we spend the rest of the day. Overnight in camp. Altitude change: 100 m.

Day 2

Playa del Eléctrico - Advanced Camp. Paso Marconi

We begin the morning following the glacial moraines. Once on the glacier we go up to Paso Marconi where we settle into the refuge or an advanced camp at the foot of Cerro Gorra Blanca. Ascension glacier. Altitude change: 800 m.

Day 3

Ascent to Cerro Gorra Blanca

Full day ascent to the summit of Cerro Gorra Blanca, and then descent.

Day 4

Advanced camp - El Chaltén

Return hike to El Chaltén. A transfer will pick us up at Electrico River to drive us back to El Chaltén.

Price per person

Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Accommodation
  • All meals during trip
  • Group equipment

Other details

Meeting point

At El Chaltén.


Camping or in mountain hut.

More info

I provide radio communication with the offices in El Chaltén.

The provided technical equipment includes: crampons, harness, carabiners, ice axes, ropes, etc.