Aconcagua Expeditions – Different ways of knowing Aconcagua

Would you like to discover the highest mountain in South America? Then join me on this unforgettable 7-day trek to Aconcágua base camp, perfect for beginner and intermediate climbers who want to get a taste of the Andes!At 6,960.8 m (22,837 ft), Aconcágua is the highest mountain in America and one of the famous seven summits. In this one-week adventure, we will hike to the Plaza de Mulas base camp, located at an altitude of 4,200 m (13,779.53 ft). We will also climb to the top of the nearby Cerro Bonete, which will give us excellent views of the west face of Aconcagua. You can find a detailed itinerary below.Please note that this is not a technical climbing program and that we will not reach the top of Aconcagua. However, although it is not necessary to be an experienced mountaineer to join this program, it is essential to have a perfect level of physical condition. Of course, I will help and guide you along the way and facilitate the logistics to make the trip even more enjoyable. This is an Aconcagua treksSo, are you ready for an incredible experience in the Andes? So contact me now and let’s start planning an unforgettable trek to Aconcagua Base Camp; I’ll be happy to guide you!Or, if you prefer, you can join me on a shorter 4-day program at the Plaza Francia Base Camp!Control when safety cannot be guaranteed due to weather conditions or other reasons. The participant can choose between a new departure date or a full refund.Tourism in wild areas has characteristics that differentiate it from conventional tours . Logistics is special due to its complexity, and the proposals depend on factors that may change. That is why the complete schedule may vary even if the entire trip has been carefully planned. Our Aconcagua Mountain guides are highly trained.The guides in charge of the activity may modify the itinerary totally or partially when weconsider that one or more participants’ physical or psychological integrity is at risk or due to weather conditions or security reasons.The guides, first of all, guarantee the safety of the participants and are present throughout the trip.On this first day, we have our meeting at Mendoza Airport. Then we will go to our accommodation in the city to check the personal equipment. If necessary, we will go to a rental store. Later, we will go to the Aconcagua Park Office to obtain the ascent permits, and we will talk about the development of the expedition.After breakfast, we will go to Valle de Horcones 2,950 m. Here we get your climbing permits stamped at the park ranger checkpoint, and we begin the approach to Confluencia camp. After a relaxed walk, we arrive at the camp, Confluencia 3460 m. You will only carry a backpack with a few essentials for the hike, as the mules take care of the heavy tasks.