When it comes to Patagonia, there is just so much to do and see. And for such a beautiful place to have such amazing variety makes it truly remarkable.
On this week long adventure, I would like to guide you for some fantastic rock climbing at the Piedra Parada.
The Piedra Parada consists of a stunning collection of rock formations near the Chubut river. There is an abundance of different climbing spots in the area. As a result, there are a number of single-pitch routes that are perfect for beginners and multi-pitch routes that are ideal for experienced climbers. So no matter what climbing level you are at, there is some great climbing in store for you at the Piedra Parada.
Along with the great daily rock climbing, there are other great highlights to enjoy on this trip as well. For instance, the trip will begin and end at Bariloche. This famous city is full of exquisite restaurants, priceless chocolate, and exciting night life.
And after leaving Bariloche, you will be thrust into the natural wonder of Patagonia. You will get to admire the Andes. You will also get to gaze at canyons like La Buitrera. And you will get to enjoy the peace and tranquillity that comes with such a vast and enchanting place.
A perfect combination of relaxation and excitement, an escape to the Piedra Parada is an experience worth having. Whether you are camping by the fire, or scaling a large rock face, you will be immersed in the gorgeous surroundings of Patagonia. So send me a request, meet me in Bariloche, and let the adventure begin.
Price per person
|Group of 2||1400USD|
- Guiding fee
- All meals during trip
- Transport during the trip
- Group equipment
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Hotels and camping.
Participants should bring the following items with them: hiking boots or shoes, liner socks, gaiters, double boots, 3 pairs of expedition weight socks, soft and hard shell pants, trekking pants, soft shell hooded jacket, cotton t-shirts, warm hat, buff, sunglasses, gloves, large backpack, sun screen, lip balm, 1 thermos, 2 water bottles, and personal items.