Wild and boundless Patagonia expands as far as the horizon
Dates: Friday, November 22 - Saturday, December 14, 2013 (22 days)
Guide: Thomas Dünsser, qualified mountain guide UIAGM
Between glaciers and granite towers
A trip through Patagonia is like a journey through no man’s land. Endless brown-grey plains, only sparsely covered by tufts of grass and few bushes, prevail as far as the eye can see. Nevertheless it is this incredible emptiness which seems to represent a never-kept promise of freedom and infinity and which stirs our feelings.
Patagonia is a sparsely populated region far away from the political centres of the countries it is part of (Chile and Argentina). Due to this vastness tolerance and readiness to help are highly valued by the population. On our trip we get to know the locals as extremely amiable people.
On our two trekkings (’W’ in Torres del Paine and Vuelta Huemul in Chaltén) we rove through some of the most beautiful landscapes of South America. In the smallest possible space we encounter an incredible variety: vertical pinnacles, huge glacial areas, primeval forests, semi-deserts, turquoise lakes...
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Fitz Roy in early daylight
Detailed program & registration
Los Glaciares Nationalpark - trekking map (El Chaltén - Fitz Roy & Cerro Torre)