Aconcagua Expedition Overview

Sprache Chinesisch, Englisch, Französisch, Hindi, japanisch
Kosten 6900 USD für die exkursion
Anzahl der Teilnehmer Eine Person
Dauer 2 Wochen 6 Tage

Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the western and southern hemispheres within the Andes mountain range with a height of 6,961m (6.961 km). It lies to the northwest of Mendoza and is one of the seven summits. The name means the ‘white sentinel’ or ‘sentinel of stones’ among the indigenous communities of that region. Aconcagua is a part of the great Aconcagua Provincial Park, which has great landscapes for its visitors. The beautiful and mesmerizing beauty of the park and the mountain itself, attract a lot of climbers and tourists every year. One can also get a chance to enjoy the vast and beautiful glaciers in Aconcagua Expedition.

The simple weather and the geographical features of Aconcagua make it one of the best options for moderate-leveled mountaineering. It can also be used as a practice to climb mountains taller than 8,000m. Different routes are accessible based on the level of difficulties that the climbers want to experience in the Aconcagua Expedition. The northern route is the easiest one which is possible to climb even without axes or ropes. However, for those who want to feel the thrill of mountaineering with more difficulties, there is also the southern route. The southern route refers to the Polacos route and is much more difficult than the northern route. One needs technical climbing skills and experience to travel through this route safely and successfully.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Flying to EL Plumerillo ( Governor Francisco Gabrielli ) International Airport at Mendoza

Day 2: Travelling to Los Penitents

Day 3-5: Trekking to the basecamp at Plaza De Mulas, camp will be set

Day 6: Resting for a day

Day 7: Transfering equipments to camp 1 at Plaza Canada ( Buenos Aires) and also accimilizing ourselves

Day 8: Resting for a day

Day 9: Moving to camp 1

Day 10: Transfering equipments to camp 2 at Nido Del Condor and also accimilizing ourselves

Day 11: Resting for a day

Day 12: Moving to camp 2

Day 13: Transferring equipments to camp 3 at Cólera and also accimilizing ourselves

Day 14: Resting for a day

Day 15: Moving to camp 3

Day 16: Climbing Aconcagua

Day 17: Descending back to the basecamp

Day 18: Travelling back to Los Penitents

Day 19: Travelling back to Mendoza

Day 20: Returning back home

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