Come to El Chalten for an adventure. The area offers adventure alternatives and self-guided hikes along a wide variety of trails, which give the visitor the possibility of getting close to millenary ice masses, walking across an unforgettable native forest in sectors surrounded by rivers and lakes.

Explore the Trekking Capital of Argentina, El Chalten

The postcard-perfect landscape of El Chalten sets the scene for some incredible hiking and horseback riding. Trails of varying degrees of difficulty crisscross Los Glaciares, the national park, winding through beautiful stretches of greenery inhabited by rare birds. Recharge after a long trek with a visit to a local brewery or chocolatier.

El Chaltén is in the Patagonian region of southern Argentina. El Chalten was founded in the late 70s/early 80s as an outpost of Argentina to anticipate land claims of Chile for that area. It is still a small town that is best known for being the gateway to Mt. Fitz Roy and Cerro Torres, two of the most rugged and impressive peaks in the Patagonian Andes. 

Traveling across its plains, forests, rivers, glaciers and mountainous formations, you will experience the diversity and uniqueness of the flora and fauna, which includes close to 500 animal species and thousands of plant species.

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