Posada Altas Cumbres

Address: Lionel Terray 342 - 9301, El Chalten, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lionel Terray 342 - 9301, El Chalten.
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      Travel Blogs from El Chalten

      El Chalten - Trekking Capital of Patagonia

      A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Feb 05, 2015

      12 photos

      Three hours north of El Calafate by bus on the north edge of the Glacier National Park sits the tiny, dusty little town of El Chalten, our next destination. Overlooked by two impressive Andean peaks, Cerro Torre at 3,102m and Cerro Fitz Roy at 3,405m, the town draws heavily on its natural features, including lakes, rivers, valleys, waterfalls and glaciers, to attract thousands of visitors. Most of the town's infrastructure caters to ...

      Northern end of Glaciares NP

      A travel blog entry by string53 on Jan 09, 2015

      ... Torre (3102m). We drive closer and they are even more impressive, far off to the right we can also see the Viedma Glacier where it enters Lake Viedma. This is a large glacier but less accessible than Perito Moreno so not as well visited. I intend to take a hiking trip on this glacier as Perito Moreno ice treks were fully booked in the high season. We arrive at the small town of El Chalten, first stop is the NP visitors centre where everyone is off loaded from the ...

      Glacier Morena tour, awesome!

      A travel blog entry by denisha-jacques on Jan 08, 2015

      ... glacier. It was mesmerising. You could spend hours just watching the glacier. We were so lucky that we manage to see 4 large chucks fall off. The noise was so loud. No need for the boat trip to be honest as I felt we had been lucky. We all sat and ate our pack lunch that we had brought along.

      Afterwards we all had ...

      Hiking v El Chalten - Pesi Turistika v El Chalten

      A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Jan 01, 2015

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... morning till 1 pm, then they take a long siesta and open again at 4 or 5 pm. It sort of makes sense, because more than half of the people in the town are travellers and around midday they are all somewhere on a hill.

      We finally decide to go to Bariloche and find the last bus, which still has 5 spaces left that goes tomorrow evening. But they don't take credit card, ****. One more thing except for Internet that does not work in El Chalten very well is ATMs, or rather ...

      Patagonia and it's amazingly different scenery

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Dec 23, 2014

      1 photo

      ... key rings for everybody from Peru and they were well received. Christmas Day was a very un Christmassy occasion but wifi enabled contact with my brother, Rod and Helen. I tried for ages to get Kathryn on Skype but to no avail even trying to ring her. I was persuaded to take a short walk up to view the town and possibly sight condors. No joy with the latter but spectacular views across the landscape to the lakes beyond. We got wet returning- one can experience 4 weather types ...