Summer in Southern Patagonia [Video]

Catch up with the Trekking the Planet team as review their time in Southern Patagonia. During this episode, Darren and Sandy visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Los Glaciares National Park! In this video, you will see Monte Fitz Roy (Cerro Chaltén) and the surrounding area on a clear day. You will also see the Perito Moreno Glacier – up close and personal.

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Spanish Translation by: Cristina Luz García Gutiérrez (cristinaluzgarcia@gmail.com)

Full Disclosure: We paid full price for our stay and tours and did not receive any remuneration for this story.

Transcript:
0:12 It took a full two days to cover the 921 miles (or 1,482 km) between Bariloche and El Chaltén.
0:21 We used the town of El Chaltén as the jumping off point for our adventures in the Parque
0:26 Nacional Los Glaciares. Here, we hiked three days covering a total
0:31 of 40 miles (or 64 km) exploring many of the major trails.
0:37 We were blessed with perfect weather the first day, giving us the chance to gaze on the illusive
0:42 Cerro Chaltén all afternoon.
1:04 After traveling to the southern portion of the park, we had the awesome opportunity to
1:08 visit the Perito Moreno Glacier… up close and personal.
1:44 We were awed by the stark beauty of this area.

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