Hiking & Mountaineering

Lining Argentina’s western edge like a bumpy spine, the Andes rise to nearly 7000m at Aconcagua’s peak and offer some of the continent’s finest hiking and mountaineering.

Bariloche With Swiss roots, Bariloche has outstanding hut-to-hut hiking; some huts even brew their own beer.

El Bolsón Drawing in hippies like patchouli, this laid-back town offers nearby hikes to forests, waterfalls and scenic ridges.

El Chaltén Argentina’s ground zero for premier hiking, boasting gorgeous glaciers, pristine lakes and unparalleled mountain landscapes.

Mendoza Mountaineers flock here to summit Cerro Aconcagua, South America’s highest peak.

Parque Nacional Lanín Dominated by the perfect cone of Volcán Lanín, it's one of Argentina’s most spectacular trekking challenges.

Parque Nacional Torres del Paine This exceptional Chilean park abuts the Argentine border, with some of the world's best hiking.