This is a 5-day trek around the circuit of Mount Huemul, enjoying beautiful landscapes in one of the less traveled areas of Los Glaciares National Park, in Southern Patagonia.
The starting point for this adventure is El Chaltén, a small town at the base of the iconic Mount Fitz Roy. From there, we’ll trek to Camp Toro, our first stop.
During this trip, you’ll enjoy incredible views of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, from Paso del Viento. This mass of glaciers stands along the border between Argentina and Chile, and is one of the largest ice plateaus in the world.
The trek also follows most of Viedma Glacier’s length until Lake Viedma. Viedma Glacier is a huge ice formation. Actually, it’s even bigger than Perito Moreno, which is the most popular glaciar in the region.
As regards the equipment, its recommended to bring a warm sleeping bag and personal gear, but trying to minimize weight.
For further information about the itinerary of this trip, you can find the complete program below.
If you are planning an adventure near El Chaltén, please contact me. I will be happy to be your guide around the stunning landscapes surrounding Mount Huemul.
Price per person
- Guiding fee
- All meals during trip
- Transport during the trip
- Group equipment
The following items are included in the price:
As regards carrying weight: