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General

Located in El Chalten within 12.9 km of Cerro Fitz Roy, Andino Aparts – El Chaltén provides comfortable accommodations with free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator and a kitchen with kitchenware and toaster.

Towels, toilet paper, a microwave and electric tea pot are also provided.

Breakfast is delivered every morning at your apartment.

 

Ground Floor Apartment

1 Double bed  or  2 Twin beds

Floor area: 40 m2

Split Level Apartment (Duplex)

1 Queen bed  and  2 Twin beds

Floor area: 60 m2

 

Pets

No pets allowed

Facilities

  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Kitchenette
  • Private bathroom
  • Refrigerator
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Towels
  • TV
  • WiFi

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El Chaltén

El ChalténThe trekking capital of Argentina, El Chaltén means “smoking mountain” as called by the “Tehuelches”, the primitive dwellers, refering to the majestic Mount Fitz Roy. Located right near Argentina’s border with Chile in the heart of Los Glaciares National Park, the landscape around this town is rugged, dramatic, and impressive. Catering to a guestlist of

Sports & nature

Sports & nature-Guided trek -Self guided trek -Tours -Rafting -Horseback riding tours -Fishing -Yoga -by car - Horseback riding tours in El Chaltén -Ice trekking -Navigation to glaciers    

Culture and history info

El Chalten was founded on the 12 of October of 1985, and it is one of the youngest towns in Argentina. Located in Santa Cruz province, of Patagonia, it was hard to reach at the beginning. Being far from the big cities, you had to travel from El Calafate by a gravel road, a trip that used to take up to 7 hrs. Today, the road is paved all the way and the trip takes less than 3 hrs. Before the town was established, the only inhabitants of the area were some border policemen (gendarmeria) that lived in what is the park rangers office today, and several gauchos (Argentinean cowboys) that lived in the estancias of the area. Today, the main economic activity of the town is tourism. It is sometimes called the National Trekking Capital for its many trails of various levels of difficultly. It also offers several activities like boat trips and glacier hikes, horse riding, fly fishing, bird watching, and much more.

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