Great place to see. Really really cold in October!!! We had -10 celcius and allot of wind!!! BRING WARM CLOTHES!
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It’s long and beautiful road form Mendoza to the Chilean border. Some mandatory stops are: (i) Some spot at Ruta 07 to see the Mountain El Plata (Cerro El Plata), and the Tupungato volcano; (ii) Potrerrillos Dam; (iii) Bridge El Inca (Puente El Inca); (iv)...More
We were based in Mendoza and went on an organised tour that took us to Villavicencio, Uspallata and finally to Parque Provincial Aconcagua. The ascent to the park was magnificent, with all the intact nature and llamas running around freely. Once we were up there...More
Unless you are going in the winter to enjoy the snow there's really nothing there. It looks like a desert with a mountain peak in the background - and we went the end of winter just before spring.
Our trip to the Parque was with an aim to hike up Aconcagua and summit it. So we entered with marque from Los Horcones entrance. The parque and the mountains around are majestic as expected, beckoning one to the highest one as you trek. As...More
Located 200 km from Mendoza, at 3000 meters altitude is the Aconcagua Park, from where you can see the highest peak in the Americas. The desert view in contrast to the eternal snows is very beautiful! It's worth the trip!
The highest mountain in the hemisphere! The view is spectacular. So very different to the Mendoza surrounding.
The views are unique and imponent. It's nature and mountains in full splendour. The peaks, the wilderness, the rocks and the deep blue sky were literally a breath-taking experience. It's a must-do.
The Aconcagua Provincial Park is magic, a real must. If you go to Mendoza hire a driver, visit " Puente del Inca" and the Aconcagua Park, you won't regret it. These places are quite high up, so be aware that some altitude sickness may occur.