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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Well worth taking the time for a day trip or catching the bus between Santiago and Chile. The Andes are magical and Aconcagua is mesmerising. Even our driver had to keep looking at it and he goes there regularly.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank MargotAnn
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful, stunning view. And the silence... Not a big deal to visit and very affordable. Going by bus strongly suggested.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank MirellaMenglide
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The park is beautiful and well worth the trekking and tent life. The stars are amazing and the Groucho cooked food increíble.

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great experience but the wind kept us from getting to the summit. Oh well, it’s not going anywhere so I’ll be back!

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Steve S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hiked to the base camp. It was a bit harder than expected in parts, but still very manageable. Amazing scenery over the 5 hour hike there and back.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank feeedmeseymour
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The 90 minute drive to the park is quite scenic in itself, and Aconcagua does not present itself until the very end. We did about a 45 minute walk before heading back - you do feel the effects of the altitude here. We had a...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited while in Mendoza area. About a 2 hour drive from city centre, with a comfort stop (depending on volume of truck traffic, access is by the main highway to Chile, road has passing lanes but can still be slow). Stop in Uspallata for coffee...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank peterbJ2738MM
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We did a loop around the park visiting the different stations, the views are amazing and the walking fairly easy. It would be beneficial to wear closed shoes as the path has loose rock on it.

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed January 17, 2019

You will access the park on the road from Argentina to Chile, that is the road that leaves Uspallata and eventually takes you to Santiago in Chile. Contrary to some older blogs that I have read, now you do not need to pass through Argentine...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Plymouthtraveller8
Reviewed January 16, 2019 via mobile

Of course, when you’re in the surrounding you should visit. We walked the 45min trail which was nice. However, I would argue that a bit much more info/experience could enhance the park. Its simply a small trail with some nice views, but I found there...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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January 7, 2019|
Response from sipriceisright | Reviewed this property |
I believe that you do. I had traveled from Santiago de Chile to Mendoza to meet my friends before we went to Aconcagua. From the Argentine side we did not need to cross so I believe from the Chilean side you do. Also beware... More
November 14, 2018|
Response from sipriceisright | Reviewed this property |
Of you did research on it and read 10:00 am I would believe the times. National Parks and trails are true to their word. You may be able to contact companies that bus tour groups to check. Another thing I can speak to on... More
October 14, 2016|
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Response from Matias_Alejandro_Ma | Reviewed this property |
hola, dentro de lo que pude entender te comento que: de ambos lados tendras que hacer entrada y salida de ambos paises. tu dices que sales de chile, por lo tanto tienes que hacer el egreso de chile, ingreso en argentina... More
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Mendoza region (0 Replies)
My wife and I are planning on taking a bus to Mendoza from Santiago Chile after getting off a cruise ship in Feburary. We are interested in basing ourselves for 4 days in the Mendoza area. Our primary interest are some wine touring on bicycles if possible, thermal springs and visiting the Andes. Is it better to stay in Mendoza City or one of the oultine suburbs like Maipu or Chacras de Coria? Also are there any good places to stay at in closer proximity to Parque Provincial Aconcagua for a...More
September 27, 2012|
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Info about trek to Laguna de los Horcones (6 Replies)
Hello I am about going to Parque Provincial Aconcagua. I would like to make the short trek to Laguna de los Horcones but as I am not in my best shape need to know which is the altitude to the end(it seems it starts at 3.200m) and if it last 1h or more walking at a slow pace. Anything more to know?
October 04, 2015|
Response fromDavid B|
This is not a trek as much as a leisurely walk on a good interpretative trail, with good views of Aconcagua if there is not cloud cover (check the weather forecast for nearby Puente del Inca or Penitenetes YOURSELF before you splash out for a tour, as the weather system is completely different from the city of Mendoza). You would have to go real slow to make it more than an hour. The altititude is 2,950 metres (and it maybe has a slight altitude change of about 20 metres at the highest...More