Posada El Barranco

Address: Calle 2 #45, El Chalten, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, CP9301, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle 2 #45, El Chalten, is near Road to El Chalten and Patagonia Adventures.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada El Barranco El Chalten

      Reviewed by freshwater_trip

      A great little new hotel well appreciated after 3 nights camping

      Reviewed Feb 12, 2012
      by (1 review) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

      We stayed here only 1 night, but were very happy, with our room, the breakfast and especially the good hot shower.
      No internet - only wi-fi - may be the only drawback.
      Would recommend and would stay here again.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Posada El Barranco El Chalten

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from El Chalten

      The most fantastic border crossing....

      A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Feb 06, 2015

      17 photos

      ... peaks in the world . The rest of the cyclists soon followed along with the hikers, unbelievably close behind. We had done 'the crossing' with two hours to spare before the magical ferry appeared, 45 minutes across the final lake, beautiful views of glaciers coming down the valley on one side. Another overly expensive ferry, with a captive customer base and no competition. Arriving at 6pm a final 40 km cycle on ripio to our destination, El Chaltén. An unbelievably strong ...

      Final day in El Chalten

      A travel blog entry by string53 on Jan 12, 2015

      ... attracting ice from the swirling mists which builds up around the peak hanging there like fairy floss around a stick. This makes it extremely difficult to climb, the seventh most difficult mountain in the world but there are regular attempts made. The manager at my hostel told me that on average, 3-5 people die every year in the El Chalten area as a result of their mountaineering pursuits. The day before I arrived, a woman died on the Lagunas de los ...

      Hiking v El Chalten - Pesi Turistika v El Chalten

      A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Jan 01, 2015

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... find a good restaurant in the evening. Femi has a bife de chorizo and I have a local lamb stew called locro. The experience is only spoilt a little by a group of rude Russians sitting next to us.


      Saturday 3rd January

      At breakfast we meet a couple of Australians who live in West Ealing in London and who we met before in Buenos Aires.

      Today we planned to do the 2nd most popular trek here, but after breakfast we decide it ...

      A day in the life...........

      A travel blog entry by mjozwell on Dec 25, 2014

      4 comments

      ... than bad people in the world" we really do meet the good ones. However the days journey was not over, we first had to get tickets on a long distance bus to el Calafate. The next bus was at 21.45, so we had about 7 hours to mooch around a town we don't know, eat and plan our time in el Calafate. The night bus took 16 hours and then it was a 2.5km walk to our hotel. The first night in this hotel was truly enjoyed with the welcoming reception, ...

      Loma del Pliegue Tumbado

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Nov 27, 2014

      14 photos

      After our day of rest yesterday, we were keen to get back into the hills around El ChaltÚn. There was a track on the southern side of town, Loma del Pliegue Tumbado, which would give us panoramic views of the whole of the National Park.

      The walk started from the National park office and was a steady uphill for the entire 4km track. As we ascended, the landscape kept changing, we walked through steppe, some forest, open fields and finally just rocks.

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