Estancia La Quinta
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEstancia La Quinta El Chalten
The Estancia is a very nice place to stay. Service is excellent and the Restaurant is superb. I liked it very much and should I come back I would stay again at this nice place
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... and look very similar, but almost more camel like. It is strange for us being used to seeing deer back home. But these hairy, long necked creatures appear almost alien in the barren moon like landscape, seemingly void of much other life.
The drive in is also quite breathtaking as you approach the mountains and can see in the distance the mighty Fitz Roy and company.
We stop just before town for a briefing by the park rangers on the hikes, and dangers ...
... we climbed/scrambled up the icy, snowy mountain path to see the lake and get an amazing view of the Fitz Roy mountain. The descent was treacherous to say the least - slipping and at times bumsliding down the icy path was not massively enjoyable, especially with my dodgy knee and Kes' back twinging from putting his trousers on awkwardly earlier on. But at least we weren't still on the ascent like some poor buggers. Safely at the bottom of the ...
So El Chalten is a tiny town set among the Fitz Roy Ranges and was founded in 1975 to settle a land dispute with Chile. We entered the town via the rangers station as the town is part of the las glaciers national park (same park as the Perito Marino Glacier in El Calafate). He informs us promptly that we are lucky to have ...
... photos before he traveled back to El Calafate, as he was heading to Easter Island in a few days and had a lot of miles to cover. We said our goodbyes, nearly a month traveling together,sharing a cabin in Antarctica, and trekking in Torres del Paine.
I visited various places where I thought climbers might be hanging out, left notes in shops and hostels if anyone was looking for a climbing partner, but I was at the very end of the season, and the town was quiet I ...
... Lake. I canīt believe I did it. I mt a4 Polands fom Krakow, 1 goes also t Waollbrom. We took a photo together, shouting: "no more war!"
I arives at 10:00 and after a rest I continues to Pointres, a camping before the clinbing to Los tres, another 4 km - you have to return, all together 16k.m. You go facing the rocks of Pitz Roi. BLUE Sky, NO WIND. Forests, rivers - beautiful
Upon arrival I went to read - ...