Posada El Barranco
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada El Barranco El Chalten
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.
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... snow at times.
Sadly, you can't win them all when it comes to having stunning weather and we were lucky in El Calafate to have brilliant blue skies, but for the 2 days we were hiking in El Chalten the weather turned and it was only on the day that we left that the brilliant blue and clear skies returned. We didn't get to the see ...
... city foxes and the Crested Cara Cara (another pretty nifty bird). Of course, when we stopped at a farm en route, there we loads of shaggy sheep. We were told by the guide that the weather over the glacier is usually cloudy and quite different to the weather in the surrounding areas. He wasn't wrong. The heavens opened as soon as we entered the national park. Nevertheless, we weren't put off and chose to stroll coolly (walk really quickly) ...
... at the Lunajim is great - trip advisor has certainly assisted with making good choices with our bookings. We even have a view of Fitz Roy from the bedroom window! We spent a few hours ambling around checking out the start of the various walks we will be doing and potential eating ...
... satellite...it's basically a tourist town to service the great accessible hikes and beautiful scenery. We spent Sunday afternoon walking to a couple of nearby viewpoints, Mirador de Los Condores and Mirador de Los Aguilas, both of which had great views of the town and a huge lake, despite not even being that high. The view of the mountain peaks was stunning as long as there weren't too many clouds around-the main one which is officially called Fitz Roy but the locals call it El ...
... continue the show by propping up and peck peck pecking the trees looking for their lunch. How cool !
We arrive on the main trail to Cerro Torre starting to get weary, having walked about 6 hrs now. Plugging along, we find ourselves following the banks of the Rio Fitz Roy, which is fed by the melt from Glacier Torre, which keeps us distracted for a while. At the end of our tether with the rest of our lunch well overdue, our final efforts to scale the ...