Glacier Hiking: Minitrekking on the Perito Moreno

Half Day

Adventure, Adventure

Duration: Approx. 10 hrs. – Shared service – Entrance fee included. Highlight: Perito Moreno glacier. At Los Gaciares National Park, 80 km. from El Calafate, Perito Moreno glacier is one of Argentina’s natural wonders. This tour departs from Bahía Bajo harbor and sails 20 minutes to the Iceberg Channel and the Perito Moreno’s south wall. The tour turns into a hike on the lake’s shore. Once on the glacier, passengers put on crampons for an hour and a half hike on the ice, by deep gaps, drains and frozen lagoons. Back on the boat, the tour continues through the Magellan forest to visit the Iceberg Channel and its lookout point, a great site to relax and admire the glacier. The National Park’s trails offer different panoramic views of the Perito Moreno. With a little luck, visitors might witness the exact moment when the glacier breaks with a thunderous noise and chunks of ice collapse into the lake transformed into floating icebergs. Note: Age: from 10 to 65. The tour is held from August to May, approximately. This tour is not allowed for people with excess weight, pregnant women, people with any degree or type of physical or mental disability that affects their attention, march or coordination, people suffering from central or peripheral cardiovascular diseases, people with diminished coronary or vascular functions or people who use stents, pacemakers or other prostheses, medicated with anticoagulants, grade III varices; cardiac arrhythmias, respiratory diseases (COPD, asthma, emphysema, etc.).


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