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Solcito8813 López reviewed Refugio Frey via Villa Cerro Catedral
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Did this back in October 2016 and absolutely loved it! Very diverse hike and when I went there was still a little snow on top that made the little lake look incredible. Just had quite a magical vibe up there, I loved it and will definitely be taking my wife here one day! Hike starts at the town/resort and heads towards the big lake. As you approach the base of the mountain on your right, it gets dry and dusty with cool views of the lake on your left. As you come around the base of the mountain you enter a river valley that you follow all the way up to the Refugio and lake. This part is in the woods and has plenty of welcomed shade. After wiggling through the woods and passing an odd shelter, you poke out of the greenery. The valley becomes rocky and the vegetation is sparse. It’s not too long from here that you approach the lake and Refugio with a little hike through a bit of snow. The crazy pointy rock formation “bowl” on top that the lake sits in was incredible and well worth the hike up. Highly recommend going while there’s still snow on the ground up there. Makes for cool pictures and an even more diverse hike. If I had the appropriate footwear, I would’ve continued the scramble to the next lake, but I certainly wasn’t disappointed! Went back the way I came in and caught one of the last buses back to Bariloche. I started really late in the day, so probably won’t be an issue, but check bus times just incase.

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Jordan Gabriel reviewed Laguna de Los Tres from El Chaltén
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Did this hike in June 2019. Hiking in the winter led to us seeing only one other hiker on the route. Stunning views until we hit a snowstorm near the end and couldnt see the end. Beautiful views on the way back. Very long trail but wasnt too difficult for two novice hikers while taking the last 1 km slowly

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Mariano Olea reviewed Puerto Madryn Coastal Walk
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Con mate

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Una sendero sin dificultad, muchos bares para tomar algo fresco o un café de pasada, con una parada frente al río de la plata para tomar unos mates disfrutando del fin de tarde. Súper recomendable para conocer la zona costera de zona norte entre Martínez y San Isidro.

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I will visit

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Alana Sawyer reviewed Cerro Guanaco Summit Trail
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I hiked this in Feb of 2020; I found that there were a few muddy/damp areas along the trail but nothing that hiking boots couldn't handle. The terrain/scenery varied along the way, with a steady climb upwards. The views at the top are wonderful, but prepare for the wind! If I ever return to Ushuaia, I'm bringing ear plugs for this hike!

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Arnoldo Gomez reviewed La Recoleta
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Good city walk. Nice city environment. take in the art. Get out and Hike!

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Devon Brünner reviewed Laguna de Los Tres from El Chaltén
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Favorite trail run in El Chaltén. The crowds in December were as expected—high volume. Trail etiquette wasn’t really followed as is in other places. Start very early at sunrise to avoid the traffic—it’s worth it, especially if you’re a runner.

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best hike in Patagonia

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Fermin Rodriguez Penelas reviewed Isla Sarandí Loop
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Solo socios del nautico

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Luuk Kaethoven reviewed Cerro Guanaco Summit Trail
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We went halfway this trail, because we started a little too late on this one. The views at around 500m altitude are amazing as well. The views of the area and Beagle Channel at the summit should be incredible I guess. It's a demanding trail, recommended to start early.

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The views are amazing, the trail is in perfect condition and even though it says hard only the last hour of the hike justifies this label. Still very doable. We did it on a sunny Sunday after a period of bad weather which resulted into this being the most crowded hike ever (queuing to go down etc..), hence the 4 and not 5 stars.

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Marcus Uhl reviewed Nimez Lagoon Trail
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500 Pesos Eintritt. Ob es das wert ist? Scheint nicht so. Wir sind einfach nicht rein ;-) sondern am See entlang gelaufen.

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Mauricio Cordiviola reviewed El Pilar - Laguna de Los Tres - El Chaltén
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Excelente caminata, mejor para mi hacer Laguna del Los Tres desde el Pilar para ver el Glaciar Piedras Blancas y para hacer todo camino diferente de ida y de vuelta. La ultima parte subida empinada, pero cuando se llega vale la pena. No dejar de ir a la laguna y de ahi subir a la morena para ver la Laguna Sucia (que de sucia no tiene nada). Uno de los mejores trekking que hice.

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Un incontournable d'Ushuaia! Une très belle vue qui se mérite! un sentier tres bien marqué de bonne qualité, réservé à ceux qui n'auront pas peur de grimper 1000m, mais comme le trek n'est pas trop long cela se fait assez rapidement (2 bonnes heures de montée à un rythme normal) le petit plus de ce trek, à peu près au milieu, 200 à 300m de tourbieres où vous pourriez mouiller vos chaussettes et colorer vos pompes en marron...

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HikingScramble

This walk starts by taking the cable car and chair lift close to the ridge line. From there it is a difficult 3 miles. First with a mile long traverse across a rock field. The several descending scramble before reaching the refuge. Locals will tel you 3 or 4 hours. Our inexperienced group took over 6. This effort comes with wonderful views. This area is all open to the weather / sun. Leaving the refuge for the walk back to the cable car base the ground is generally good but the dirt is like talcum power. And just as slick. This is a long slog. Few views as rewards. Experience needed for thus hike.

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Awesome hike. Make sure you bring some extra layers. A rain shell saved our lives when it suddenly started blowing crazy wind and rain. Do the detour to Mirador Fitz Roy (the loop near Laguna Capri) and climb up the little hill next to the sign with the mountain names. Gives you a great view. For water you can refill in the streams, too. One water container is likely all you need. Maybe have 2 just incase. Once at the top (and you’ve stopped huffing and puffing), go down to the laguna and stick to the trail on the south side of it. You’ll hit a sign that warns you about lack of trails, make a left and go to the edge to see another glacial lake.

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Katherine Lang reviewed Laguna de Los Tres from El Chaltén
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My husband and I completed this hike in February 2020 and it was the most incredible hike we have ever been on. There are stunning views throughout the entire trail. It is well marked and easy to follow. We had been warned about the rocky ascent the final mile or so, but we were not fully prepared. It took us a little over an hour to make it up the final mile but it was so worth it. We felt like we were on top of the world and could do anything. We were glad to have good hiking shoes and hiking poles to make it back down the steep rocky path safely. My only wish is that I hadn't booked our bus back to El Calafate that same evening. It would have been nice to have time to really sit and enjoy the view at the top for a while and not have to rush back down.

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HikingIcyRockySnow

One of the most beautiful hikes I've done. Was lucky to have great weather with frequent clear skies over the course of the day. Would highly recommend using trekking poles coming down. A lot of the rocks had ice on them which made going down right after sunrise really dangerous.

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David Tillery reviewed Cerro Guanaco Summit Trail
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A long tough climb but probably the best view you can get in Tierra del Fuego National Park if not the entire Ushuaia area. Depending on the bus/cab you take you’ll probably start near the visitor center and make your way to the trailhead at the lake. There is no cell reception here so you’ll want to have arranged your return ride ahead of time. The brief walk along the lake is flat, but once you reach the fork towards Cerro Guanaco you’ll start climbing almost immediately. You’ll only get 1 or 2 views for the first 3 miles in the woods, and honestly it’s a bit of a slog. It’s fairly steep and in rainy conditions I could see it being quite slippery. It was also quite muddy even after a few clear days, trekking poles were invaluable for navigating around. Once you reach the tree line the views start and never get bad. The last 2 miles are completely exposed and can get windy. You’ll be walking on some pretty narrow and slanted rocky paths, nothing that felt too dangerous but you’ll want to watch your step. The last mile was a bit of a death march uphill with very few switchbacks. The view when you get over the top of the ridge is worth it though. You can see all the way to Ushuaia and straight down the beagle channel towards the ocean. Behind you are the many mountains and valleys of Tierra del Fuego, both Argentina and Chile. It was all stunning on a clear day. The climb will cause some people to pass but if you can make it you’ll be rewarded.

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Gabriela VK reviewed Cerro Guanaco Summit Trail
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bring poles! lots of mud and hikers going off trail to avoid it. stay on trail and go over wood pieces.

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Easy until the last mile, then hard but not killer. When you get to the top you want to them go to the easy peak to the west, great but different views. Go early. Best to van out to Hotel Pilar to ascend and then return by this route into town.

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