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spiritk  
#1 Posted : Sunday, December 1, 2013 2:32:06 AM(UTC)
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Hey,

I fly around May 5 months trip in South America.

In planning:

Landing somewhere in the North-Peru-Bolivia > > (not sure, I don't think anything)-> Brazil to World Cup and other trips-> North-> Argentina at riluca and trekking in Patagonia

Plan to arrive in Patagonia around the beginning of Aug to mid-Oct. Realized from the not amazing but affordable.

I'd love to recommendations for routes (long, short) you can do in those places (and perhaps recommendations for other countries/regions not mentioned)

Thank you!

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eduoxman  
#2 Posted : Sunday, December 1, 2013 9:58:15 AM(UTC)
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Hi spiritk: I am active in the Forum from July this year and I did not understand why there is no report about trekking in South America.
Recently, I helped my daughter and I planned to go to South America for two days along with three other companies. They begin in the South, oshoaiia and climb slowly pointing north.
Indeed, as you wrote, go to Patagonia in October is a little early, but it all depends on love. There are people who liked it.
But note that as you come out of season there are things you can't do because of the amount of snow, or no transport or accommodation.
Beyond browsing the Forum to long tracks (but still not South America) I recommend that you browse the gringo.co.il site and/or site zaznoo.co.il.
And Peru and Bolivia, two countries important for South America: history & amazing ancient Machu pichu and treks to many of the best, including trips to the salt desert, etc. In addition, both countries are relatively cheap with all extreme.
Eduardo
dede  
#3 Posted : Sunday, December 1, 2013 11:43:15 AM(UTC)
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Hello Tamir,
Search Forum post.
There is in my opinion.
Anyway, all the Lakes area of Argentina saved/trekking options.
Lenin Park and Nahuel Huapi Park near Bariloche in Argentina.
In the tzileini area of the Osorno volcano.
Each area Puc?n and descent along the Austral krtera.
Patagonia before late November--still frozen and cold
The best time is in the area December/January/February
ranch7  
#4 Posted : Sunday, December 1, 2013 12:13:54 PM(UTC)
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I recommend the book Trekking in the patagonian andes guidebooks

At that time I traveled with him, and he took me to some amazing places.

Possible course waaaay, places and talk to people/Web search, but the book is very helpful for planning and knowing what.

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#5 Posted : Sunday, December 1, 2013 7:01:23 PM(UTC)
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Hi,

Spanish speakers and English speakers might stretch: www.wikiexplora.com

A great site with lots of ideas for routes, especially in Chechnya, most of them not so familiar to the traveler.
spiritk  
#6 Posted : Wednesday, December 4, 2013 10:45:44 AM(UTC)
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Hey,

You can treat the subject, please? Do Aug-Oct it really impossible?

Thank you

Tamir

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#7 Posted : Wednesday, December 4, 2013 2:22:52 PM(UTC)
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There are places to explore, and not places like always.
It really depends on the situation in the coming year. To do the trekking should not be too much snow, and it varies.
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#8 Posted : Wednesday, December 4, 2013 6:00:24 PM(UTC)
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Think of September-October in Patagonia correspond to March-April in Northern Europe, oshvia (on the sea) there is snow in the winter.
So this season probably need equipment (and) a walk in the snow.
Most of the main tourist sites, I believe you can get but I would not count on too much hiking.
yotaml27  
#9 Posted : Saturday, December 7, 2013 3:48:56 PM(UTC)
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Here are some of the best and least-known trekking in South Africa.

Most of them did, but it's been a few years since I was there and I write from memory to double-check the details when you get to places:

Peru-Trek 7 days isn't easy when the shbsoff arrive to Machu Picchu. Amazing Trek and an unknown passes through mountains, and damaged villages.

Cuzco has to catch a taxi to Cachora. Where to find a resident willing to accompany you with the hustle (Fred). As far as I recall most of them drunk, so choose carefully.

(I don't know anything about this informiion tourist route and remember if we had map). Anyway, check out Google Earth orbit.

Bolivia-Golden dress getting lots and lots of hiking and mountain people. We went through all the travel agencies until we found one that looks serious and tour guide who knows the area and take us for not selling. Because altitude sickness changed the course and I don't really remember the details. But worth checking out, it was a hippie Trek I've seen.

Argentina-Bariloche has plenty of hiking and you can connect them together and stitch length and difficulty Trek suits you. But, should be the season that the season closed. (I wasn't taking any chances and went into a closed path). Beyond that, Patagonia, wherever you stop and appear on the site Gringo (shouldn't use anyway) any surprise waiting for you, maybe, maybe a beautiful trail Lake and maybe rafting.      El Bols?n has nice and orderly Trek called cajon de azul (something like the blue box). Highly recommended.   In northern Argentina, local towns have a resort. Which places with hostels and facilities for visitors but not many foreigners, very authentic. In addition, there is a salt pan (I forgot the name) you can go for a day trip with transfers. I think better than to spend 4 days in the salar de Uyuni in Jeep close.

Chile-Austral krtera there are lots of small towns and lots of small and big natural conversions The town of COCHRANE to daily trek nature reserve adjacent to it (I think it appears Lonely planet that can't trust him, experience). Unknown nature reserve at all (I haven't seen one person all the Trek) with gorgeous Lake and Trek isn't difficult.

Though less familiar places that I pull from memory, it seems unnecessary to write more about reserved as Torres del Paine, etc.

Have fun!

gaggag  
#10 Posted : Sunday, December 8, 2013 11:29:19 PM(UTC)
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Adds,

Saved as said up here at all South krtera area (the part that rescues and bullied = where the Israelis/cars don't come) is amazing and totally isolated.

After Cochran continued to tortel-city on water and wood has oaigins and trekking and a shuttle can cross with the other God calten.

Argentina-trekking in the northern area in San Salvador de Jujuy

If Bolivia fall in Saul on a good set of ...

Of course, there is no limit to the possibilities, but there's a time to do that unfortunately.

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