Climbing PATAGONIA: MOUNT FITZ ROY: EL CHALTÉN, ARGENTINA





Our next day in El Chaltén!

This time we hiked the Laguna de Los tres to see mount Fitz Roy.
This path is claimed to be the most complicated thanks to the extraordinary incline on the very last thirty minutes of the hike.
This hike is recommended only for individuals who are in excellent actual physical problem.

This was the toughest hike we have ever done but the look at alongside the way, created it all really worth it.
Our favourite part was the flowing river where we took a split and got some fresh Patagonian drinking water to refill our drinking water bottle.
Yes, the drinking water is safe and sound to drink!

The demanding hike was a agony but after you see the blue laguna at the summit of Cerro Fitz Roy, it was the ideal feeling ever!

Whole hike was 9 hrs (5 up, and 4 to go back again to city).

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10 Comments

  1. This looks like an amazing hike! I cannot believe you were there for 9 hours!! How did you prepare with food and water? Was it too heavy? I also wanted to ask, what editing software do you use to make those titles? Thanks!

  2. OMG! I want to go here so bad! unfortunately I bought my transfer ticket to Buenos Aires and only have 2 days there. I don't think that is enough time to see El Chalten 🙁 Guess I will just have to go back down!

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