GLACIER JUNGLE AND DEEP BLUE LAKES TREK TRIP
December through May
Intermediate hikers- comfortable on horseback (4 hours), trekking on alpine terrain, and hiking with crampons on glacier terrain
This guided backpacking trek is a great way to experience the diverse terrain and ecosystems of South America’s Southern Andes and the Patagonian Lakes District. Starting with a nice horseback riding approach to the border with Chile, sleeping in a remote vivac hut at the foot of Manso glacier , to continue with some glaciar travel traversing to fancy Otto Meilling hut, then the trip ends trekking in a nice jungle trail with big biodiversity into the dense Valdivian Jungle forest until we get to Lago Frias to finish with a boat cruising back to Bariloche as the “cherry of the cake” . On this trip we will enjoy part of the route of the 1999 Discovery Channel’s Eco Challenge and is the most complete trek we do: Riding Horses, traversing glaciers, jungles and deep blue lakes! The best traverse on Monte Tronador, the highest mountain in the Nahuel Huapi National Park of the Northern Patagonian Andes with certified mountain guides
Minimum 2 people.
Price per person
2 people USD 1850.-
3 persons USD 1650.-
4 o more persons USD 1550.-
Private transportation to Pampa Linda (80km from Bariloche)
AAGM or UIAGM Mountain Guide
All meals and lodging in the mountains
Tents, cookware, glacial gear (such as: rope, harness, helmet, ice axe, crampons)
Horseback ride to Mallin Chileno on Day 1, and 2 boat crossings (Frias Lake & cruise across Nahuel Huapi Lake).
* If you would like to carry a lighter load, Porters are available for US$ 80/day.
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