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DadiM  
#1 Posted : Friday, December 13, 2013 7:32:59 PM(UTC)
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Hello

I plan to drive South Chile and Argentina at the end of January especially for trekking.

The flowing without too much fun designs, but the pressing time frame requires more meticulous planning in relation to the track.

Would love to use experience and consult with who you would like to share his knowledge with regard to the region.

Write me in private and move on.

See you, (?:

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Jonathan2  
#2 Posted : Saturday, December 14, 2013 3:26:44 PM(UTC)
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First of all, take a grain of salt that what I write – while I was there but about six years ago.

I recommend you find a copy of one of Patagonia's trekking books all have good information.
From personal experience I can recommend trekking in the patagonian andes of lonley planet publishing
But there are a few books you should search in Amazon (your tour is coming!).

Patagonia tours and all.

If you have about a month I was planning a trip from South to North, with every type of landscape:

One hike in the land of fire (dientes de navarino-must plan ahead that complicated to get)

Run torres del paine on (usually takes 5 to 7 days, take that into account.)

(Perhaps a trip somewhere in the vicinity of the fitz roy and cerro torre, although it looks like a little gang of torres del paine-)

One or two more northern excursion-in Bariloche in Argentina and/or Puc?n in Chile.
Some good options are the sanctuaries of puyehue and villarrica in Chile (both volcanic views)
Or some crossing of the Argentine side Bariloche (Granites and tmorfim beautiful mountain).
This is what I know, there's a quarter million other options.

I think this kind of combination will be successful because some view changes as vegetation and rock type,
And that way you "taste" a little bit of everything. Hard to believe a month will do more than five hikes of 3-4 days
Especially when you calculate travel, organizing, buying food and rainy days.

Since it doesn't, try to pack so that you can explore with all the equipment you need, and save some time after each Trek (no need to return to the origin.)

Hope I answered.
dori  
#3 Posted : Sunday, December 15, 2013 8:05:22 AM(UTC)
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I traveled there three years ago. I recommend you focus on 3-4 roof areas while you have not to go oshooaya or vice versa from ... Anla list too for every trip that this region has excellent tourist informiion to help with everything.

Toros del paiina-the peripheral is awesome!

El chalt?n-many possibilities of excursions, you can reach the lagoon below the Fitz Roy (the Lite name) through stunning lagoons and to construct a 2-3, and besides there's less familiar Trek called the ghosts (paso de los robster_1 7) which allows an enormous ice field and very beautiful lagoons (3-4 days)

El Bols?n-trekking, the Blue Lagoon in combination with Blue Canyon (trekking) and cerro lindo (Trek) are the most famous and beautiful, but still don't see as many people in both.

Bariloche-a great base for exploring, really there's endless treks and almost all going to the same one which is a shame. Have the clouds (paso de los nubes) this trek very mtweir and I lasted a week (I wrote about the site through story) and plenty of other treks in the area.

In Puc?n Ben Bariloche has the control that a three-day trek in the stunning volcanic area

Puc?n-again, there are lots of options for trekking, I went and I highly recommend the Travers Villarrica (3 days)

If interested in mountaineering (doesn't have to be a pro) so you can climb up the oiarich and the melanin.

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#4 Posted : Sunday, December 15, 2013 12:30:04 PM(UTC)
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Here is a site with lots of hiking, particularly in Chile.

Www.wikiexplora.com

The Argentine side, some trekking from Bariloche.
There are several trekking near El Bols?n, a little South of Bariloche.
Has slammed the Park near Esquel. Further South.
There are many trekking near Mendoza.

Has the most famous trekking in Torres del Paine and Fitz Roy-but it's pretty far.

The Czech side has lots of hiking. Each has national park, and many more that you can find.
South and North, too.
For example, trekking I did:

Laguna de Laja, turned to onkimi, a large waterfall of Olivares de San Altos del Lircay,, Chilo? National Park.
And there are plenty.

Hey, near Santiago has a mountain of more than 3000 meters. Metro and bus and take you there.
naty_h  
#5 Posted : Saturday, March 15, 2014 8:37:52 PM(UTC)
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Laguna de Laja ניר30 a lot during 28 years of Israeli passage there or know OOo there must be some guns.

To the original questioner is very long in terms of Patagonia, then get in there appear any mmesi parks and develop:

Highlights:

Chapter kongilio umbrellas around Temuco beautiful one, for only short time at best:

The volcano via krtira, austeral, riluca El Bols?n areas already mentioned the Fitzroy, Torres del Paine, and that time was up, stays add tulle in Puerto Madryn but far away and hard to reach, or Glacier Park Los glashiars glashiar the parents in Calafate.

Climbing only via guided group blank explain properly to give you idea very prototype parts but at least something.

This is

Time's up.

BTW this mountain near Santiago mountain chain Sierra Nevada actually containing their ski resorts recall buses and Avenida itakora asked where maybe I will a round there in August could tell you.

If you want across the bus Santiago Mendoza goes under the akonkoohh the highest mountain on the continent where the portio, there's plenty to see in this wonderful country, but you don't have enough time.

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#6 Posted : Sunday, March 16, 2014 12:44:44 PM(UTC)
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It appears in the book the Lonely Planet's trekking in the patagonian andes.
Not exactly the dilloi.

But relatively much travelled.
naty_h  
#7 Posted : Sunday, March 16, 2014 2:44:00 PM(UTC)
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Okay, appears to know need to get there, to meet onkimi he even outside the beaten track need to move the legs.

Saving an incredible country not anything on the trail, about a lot of things until I read, and gives me a plenty of programs that read them but never got through them.

So there's always what else to get this never ending beauty.

There is a video of French group moved in to empty, her monkey in briluca and more at oimau, sirttoon of apiponi snow blocks were months 2,000 miles in wind power apshionmant Vulcan name.

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