Come and enjoy a full day of fantastic rock climbing in El Chalten, in Argentinean Patagonia, and choose from a number of single and multi-pitch routes with IFMGA certified guide Indio.
Enjoy a full-day, sport climbing adventure at El Chalten, Argentina.
Choose from amazing single or multi-pitch climbing routes.
Bask in the beautiful natural scenery of Patagonia.
Our adventure will last between 6-8 hours. Thus providing you with plenty of time to enjoy a number of great climbs around El Chalten. And, before, during and after the climbs, you will also get to enjoy some truly mesmerizing views of Argentinean Patagonia.
During this trip, you will have the option to enjoy single or multi-pitch routes on walls that range from 60 meters to 150 meters in height. When it comes to which wall and route we will select, it will be based on everything from your skill level to personal preferences. However, you can rest assured that regardless of your skill level, we will find the perfect climb for you.
This is an easy trip. As a result, no experience is required. However, the more experience you have, the higher and more challenging the routes you can enjoy. Also, it is important that all participants on this trip are in good physical condition. Moreover, we will also provide you with all of the equipment you may need, from carabiners to ropes. So, all you have to bring on this trip is a lot of excitement for the great climbs to come.
If you would like to experience a full day of great single, or multi-pitch climbing at El Chalten, this is the trip for you. To be a part of it, just send a request. I look forward to guiding you.
I also offer a beginner level, half-day version of this trip as well.
Participants on this trip should bring the following items: comfortable clothing, daypack, jacket, gloves, hat, water, snacks and lunch.
I am an IFMGA and a High Mountain AAGM certified Mountain Guide. I was born in San Juan, where I found my passion for the mountains when I was a child. Today my home is El Chalten, this magical place where I have my family and where I work and live since 2008.
I have climbed many different peaks along the Andes, as well as in Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, France, Spain, Germany Italy, Austria and Switzerland. I have climbed great mountains and new routes in Patagonia, both in Cerro Torre and in the Fitz Roy mountains. I climbed Mount Fitz Roy five times and Mount Torre three times. All of them through different routes and some of them opening a new one.
One of my biggest achievements was the Standhardt - Herron - Egger traverse and the "Directa Huarpe" new route, on the west face of Cerro Torre. As well as climbing the Tehuelche route on the Fitz Roy hill in 16 hours.
I also guide in the Central Andes, in places such as Cerro Mercedario and Vallecitos in Mendoza, among other mountains. I am also a Mountaineering and Climbing instructor in different associations and member of the relief committee at the Club Andino Mercedario of the San Juan Province. I am also a member of the technical committee of the Argentine Association of Mountain Guides, in which I am part of the staff of instructors for IFMGA guides.
I guide my clients mainly in Patagonia. I spend summer in the town of El Chalten and I move to Bariloche, in northern Patagonia, in the winter, where I guide more technical excursions, like ice and/or rock climbing, as well as classic mountaineering ascents. During the year I also guide in the mountains of Peru, Bolivia and in Europe.
Even when I’m not working I enjoy climbing, bouldering, sport skiing and mountaineering. Keeping at my highest level of performance helps me ensure my clients’ safety, that is always my top priority.
Indio was a fun and skillful guide! My friend and I did multi and single pitch with him and felt very safe. We felt like we were climbing with a friend and learned along the way! We will be back, maybe next time mountaineering with Indio!
Group of 1
|USD 300 each|
Group of 2
|USD 180 each|
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- Guiding fee
Along with the guiding fee, the price also includes technical equipment, including harnesses, carabiners, helmet, ropes, climbing rack and first aid kit.
The price does not include climbing shoes and lunch.