Snow Summit Hotel

Av. Antonio Rojo 131, El Chalten, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Z9301 XAF, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Antonio Rojo 131, El Chalten.
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Travel Blogs from El Chalten

More hiking. Laguna Torre

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Apr 07, 2014

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... the lake, which has obviously calved recently leaving stunning icebergs in the lake. While we were admiring we watched one of the small icebergs break in half and both bits roll over. Not as spectacular as Antarctica.

After we saw this, Dennis and i were on a mission to catch one. We spotted a nice smallish looking one so we coasted it to shore. Forgetting everything we had learned in Antarctica, the ...

San Julian Surprises

A travel blog entry by jdtrip on Mar 25, 2014

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... discover (and get confused about) the dateline, and finally; they were the first Europeans to see penguins. I´ll talk more about them later but, surprise, surprise, they´re called Magellanic penguins.

There are a lot of Magellan Avenues/Streets in Argentina, since the voyage made its way down what is now the Argentinian coast, so I´m constantly being reminded of the story. It´s mentioned here and there that there´s a popular museum ...


A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Mar 05, 2014

Before we came, we read about what we might see en route but, having started the drive you don't see much of anything. And then as you start to get into Patagonia you do start to see things. So here is a list of the things we have seen - or at Keats think we have| Chimangas - birds of the hawk family Mora ...

El Chaltén and hiking

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Feb 21, 2014

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... after the captain of the Beagle) began walking through forest with our local guide Peru. Lots of twisted broken tree trunks, felt a bit like a fairy tale forest but Peru explained it's actually to do with the climate, storms, thin soil and parasites. The view kept getting better as we moved round the glacier, got to the camp at bottom of the mountain after a few hours. We refilled water bottles from streams and then the long climb up the very BIG ...

A Patagonian Dream

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on Jan 26, 2014

30 photos

... marked the beginning of the final chapter of this journey (I must admit, I did feel a twinge of sadness!)

As for the two treks, both were epic, not least because Tubbz was in his element at having the opportunity to use the tent that he has lugged half way around the world and also because we were both laden with 5 days' supply of food on our backs (thank god for pasta and pesto!).

When you are so far South (boating distance from Antarctica!) the ...