17 km away from El Chaltén –in the Argentinean Patagonia– the lodge is a headquarters to explore a world-renowned destination by those who love nature and trekking.
Patagonia is not a country nor a place. It is a vast territory shared by Chile and Argentina, whose remarkable geography –shaped by mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers– offers countless exploration opportunities.
All programs include accommodations, transfers to and from the airport, meals and beverages, and a selection of exploration routes designed by our outdoors team.
With a unique location, explora El Chaltén is the perfect headquarter from where to visit the amazing geography of the Argentinean Patagonia. We conduct explorations that go off the beaten track and delve deep into the natural surroundings of this region.
The Argentinean Patagonia is the inspiration for our menu, offering different lunch and dinner options that fully renew on a daily basis. The hotel provides a full spa service for our travelers to refuel their energy after a day of exploration. We have hydro-massages, sauna, and a massage room especially designed to enjoy the views of our unique locations.
To travel through the vastness of the Argentinean Patagonia –from its valley and rivers to its mountains and glaciers– along with our bilingual guides and marked by the seal of the world’s leading expedition company: That is the experience we invite you to enjoy in each of our explorations.
With the typical design of the ancient Argentinean Patagonia estancias, our comfortable rooms are thought to ensure our travelers’ deep rest. They are the perfect place to recharge batteries after a day of exploration.
17 Standard Rooms measuring 36m² (388 feet²).
3 suites measuring 60m² (646 feet²).
More than 30 explorations for beginners to experts: Hiking, overland, climbing, and walking over ice beyond the typical attractions of the area.
The explorations at El Chaltén are as varied as the surroundings we are about to know. The area’s geography has towering mountains and different landscapes open to be discovered through treks, overland trips, ice hikes, and even rock climbing, depending on the preferences and skills of each traveler.
The Los Glaciares National Park, declared a world heritage site by UNESCO, will be one of the places to be explored, with vast ice fields and the world-renowned Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the few ice massifs that keeps a state of equilibrium and which amazes visitors with spectacular ice collapses. Other attractions to be discovered are the Southern Patagonia Mountain Range, Mount Fitz-Roy, the towering heights of the area, and the surroundings of the Los Huemules Natural Reserve, in addition to the Patagonia forest and its rich wildlife.
The explorations can cover a full day or half a day, in groups of no more than eight travelers accompanied by a bilingual guide trained in our own Guide School. We recommend a minimum of four nights to be able to deeply discover the Argentinean Patagonia, although we assure you that once you begin exploring you will feel that you need more time. Six nights are also a good option to really immerse oneself in the forests, mountains, and glaciers of the Argentinean Patagonia.