Hotel Las Piedras

Lago del Desierto S/N, El Chalten, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, (Z9301XAF), Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from El Chalten

Glaciars, mountains, rivers, forests, and more!

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara


... we are disliked in these parts. They are young, foolish, filthy, rude to other travelers and the locals, loud, and just overall obnoxious. With all that I've been trying to avoid them as much as possible, except I elected to go a very unique trip that is organized for Israelis. They take a minivan with 16 people through the Caraterra Austral in Chile from El Chalten to Bariloche. It's a 6 day journey through a beautiful ...

A Patagonian Dream

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... like something I have never known: it catches your breath and races off with it down the valley; moves even your eyelashes and uses invisible hands to continually try and push you off your feet with every step (I am not sure whether in England it would meet the definition of "Gale Force", but it would certainly be enough to get everyone complaining about leaves on the line or blown down garden fences!). As we walked, the rain often fell so hard it felt like gravel was ...

Ruta 40 Bus Ride Day Two

A travel blog entry by adamthrock


... in a small town where we turned back on to the pavement towards El Chalten. Soon, we were rewarded with views of cloud-covered mountains, Lago Viedma, and the Viedma Glaciar as the sun was starting to set (sometime around 9 or 10 pm). The bus dropped us off at our hostel, which had the heat blasting so hard that we had to leave a door and window open for quite a while. We found a place for dinner, where I had my first Argentine steak, which was gigantic and cheap!

We may never come home

A travel blog entry by odie1


... to the mountains that ring the far edges of the lakes, we could begin to make out the craggy peaks and glaciers that Southern Patagonia is famous for. The geological forces at work in this area must have been many and varied. There are areas of uplift and erosion, there are hills and plateaus and rock striations that Jenny said reminded her of the Painted Desert.
The closer were drew to Chalten though, the greener everything became. By the time we hit the entrance to ...

Big fish, big mountains

A travel blog entry by rowannewman


... Day two saw me continue north along the Rio Blanco passing Glacier Piedras Blancas, meeting a German on the way we struggled through a boulder field of huge proportions to reach the ice filled lake. It was only then it clicked how close I was to the edge of the Southern Patagonian ice field and these frosty tongues dripping from these needle like peaks were the dynamic edges of this mass of ice. Spanning parts of both Chile and Argentina it is the second largest extra ...


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