My wife & I recently spent a few kid-free days hiking & trekking around incredible El Chalten Patagonia.
We read a lot about El Chalten before we visited, but getting there left us with an entirely different perspective.
Patagonia is even more amazing that I expected, and I definitely plan to visit again.
From secluded picnics in front of glaciers to watching glacier calving to trekking around Fitz Roy, El Chalten is an awe-inspiring place.
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El Chalten Patagonia: TOP 12 Sites For Tourists
Before & after we visited El Chalten we traveled to other parts of Argentina.
Here are the top X resources I found useful for our recent trip to El Chalten Patagonia in Argetina:
- 15 Best Things to Do From The Crazy Tourist
- Best Hiking from Be My Travel Muse
- Easy Trekking Options From The Family Voyage
- Patagonia Series From Jimmy Eats World
- 4 Days In El Chalten From Ditch The Map
- What To Eat From The Travel Chica
- How To Hike Cerro Torre & Fitz Roy From Travelsauro
- Top Things to Do & See From The Culture Trip
- What To Do When You’re NOT Hiking From Day Tours 4 U
- Hiking Patagonia As A Non Hiker From The Globetrotting Teacher
- Trekking Guide From Stingy Nomads
- Fitz Roy Trekking From Travel With The Smile
These are the websites we found most helpful when we visited El Chalten.
I’ll do my part to update you soon with a few more posted related not only to El Chalten but to other parts of Patagonia & Argentina.
If there is something specific you want to know, just leave me a comment below.
Until my new posts are ready, here are a few more pictures from our trip.
Even the drive to El Chalten had fantastic views… and lots of guanaco (wild llamas).
A glacier & lake view for our picnic lunch.