• Patagonia

    Hiking Torres del Paine: Something For Everyone

    Torres del Paine is considered by many to be South America’s finest national park. It is located in the Extreme South region of Patagonian Chile and sits at the southern tiers of the Andes Mountains. Originally part of a large sheep estancia, it was recreated as a national park in 1959 and has been part of UNESCO’s Biosphere Reserve system since the late 1970s. The “Torres del Paine” name refers to the three distinctive granite Read more
  • Discover lakes & lagoons at these Ushuaia hiking spots Patagonia

    Best Ushuaia Hiking Spots

    Over 2,300 kilometers away from Buenos Aires, at the southern end of Argentina, just where the snow of the Martial Mountains meets the waters of the Beagle Channel, awaits the city of Ushuaia. The so-called “City at the End of the World” is not only worth visiting for its extreme southern location but also for the beautiful and strikingly solitary landscapes that surround it. There are many things to do in Ushuaia, like boat rides, Read more
  • Cycling & other active things to do in Torres del Paine Patagonia

    Beyond Hiking – Alternative Torres del Paine Day Tours

    Most people who come to Torres del Paine are planning on doing one thing: hiking the W Circuit. While this is undoubtedly the main attraction in this Patagonia national park, there are plenty of other things to do while you're there. If you’ve got a few extra days in the park, be sure to check out these alternative Torres del Paine day tours and continue exploring the rugged beauty of the Chilean Patagonia.   Cycling There are a Read more
  • Mendoza

    Top Spots for Hiking in Mendoza

    Although it is mainly known for being the cradle of Malbec grape, the most iconic wine of Argentina, the western province of Mendoza can also be “tasted” through its mountains and rivers. Forget about buildings, concrete paths, chaos and noise and get lost in the breathtaking landscapes of the Andes. Just remember to study the routes you want to take well, ask locals about any doubts or even hire a guide: the unspoiled sceneries of the Read more
  • El Chalten Hiking Must Dos Patagonia

    El Chalten Hiking: The Must-Do’s

    Patagonia is an enormous amount of land shared by both Argentina and Chile. It’s full of outdoor activities and other attractions for nature lovers and is home to the most impressive landscapes. One of the jewels in the deep south is El Chalten, where you will find the Glaciers National Park: Argentina’s trekking and climbing capital. Even though Chalten (Argentina’s newest town in 1985) is in the north of the park, you can access it Read more
  • Patagonia

    El Chalten Hiking: The Best in 2 Days

    If you are staying in El Chalten, have a couple of full days, and don’t mind spending most of the time walking through the pristine landscape of the Glaciers National Park, we recommend both the Laguna de los Tres trek and the Laguna Torre trek. Even though El Chalten hiking season is from October to May, the difficulty of the trail also depends on the amount of snow, especially in the final parts of the trails. We always advise to find out Read more
  • Patagonia

    El Chalten Hiking for Experienced Hikers

    El Chalten hiking offers great, several-day circuits with camping options. For these demanding treks, you need a high fitness level, as well as experience with mountain trekking, camping and using basic equipment. These expeditions are only allowed under local guide services, as they need more logistics. During a day, a walk might go up to 9-10 hours with steep ups and downs. These treks will take you to a lookout points with spectacular, Read more
  • Patagonia

    El Chalten Hiking for Beginners

    When you think of mountainous terrain, impressive beauty and a wildly dramatic environment, what comes to mind? Does Patagonia ring a bell? Patagonia can be a bit intimidating place to put on your itinerary, with advanced treks that can last for days and extreme weather. But what better place to start than El Chalten Hiking: top destination worldwide and an excellent start point for hikes of all levels. Located in the province of Santa Cruz, Read more
  • Patagonia

    Best Patagonia Hiking — Our Top 3!

    Patagonia is a wilderness region known for its luscious landscapes and staggering peaks. For those who aren't afraid of heights and love the great outdoors, Patagonia hiking is some of the best in the world. From long flat treks to steep climbs, there’s so much variety and challenge in Patagonia hiking. If you can spare a few days or even a few weeks, you are bound to enjoy breathtaking views and adrenaline rushes during your hikes. Here are Read more
  • Patagonia

    Hiking in El Chalten, Patagonia

    The town of El Chalten is perhaps one of Patagonia’s best kept secrets. If you are going to travel and Argentina is your destination, then this town, which is synonymous with hiking in Patagonia, must certainly feature on your list. Hidden behind a ring of mountains, bordered by a surging river, this small and yet rapidly growing town began as a present by the national park. Visiting gives one the feeling of being in the frontier town Read more
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    The 3 Best Places to Go Hiking in Patagonia

    Mountains and glaciers define the glorious region of Chile and Argentina known as Patagonia. Patagonia’s terrain is a dream for any nature or adventure enthusiast, whether you’re a high-risk climber, a slow-and-steady hiker, or somewhere in-between. Three of the best places to go hiking in Patagonia are Bariloche, Chaltén and Torres del Paine National Park. San Carlos de Bariloche The city of San Carlos de Bariloche, is commonly Read more