After our navigation tour we took a taxi to the tea house and from there we started the hike uphill to the observation point. If you are not used to do hiking it can be hard. But the good thing is that you can go...More
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After a boring, steep slog up an old road (possibly part of an old ski run) the trail becomes a real trail and traverses beautiful meadows, rocks and scree. You can get pretty close to the glacier. It is convenient to town and easy to...More
We took a taxi out of town, on the advice of Tourist Information. There is then a choice of paths up to the glacier. On the walk, there are lovely views of Ushuia and the Beable Channell, in addition to the glacier itself. Well woth...More
Great, well marked trail. The first part is easy on a wide gravel road but it then narrows to a trail that goes over a stream and becomes continuously steeper as it traverses up the mountain. Gorgeous scenery all the way with great scenery of...More
We walked from town to the glacier. Took 3 hours from town to the glacier. Pleasant walk with good views over the city through the valley. Glacier is small but it is what it is.
The hike was very vertical, and can be very challenging if you don't normally hike. Very steep towards the top, but amazing views. We took a cab to the start of the trail and it's free to hike. We just grabbed a cab that dropped...More
Its a short standard trekking with the pro that is pretty close to ushuaia and you can reach it by foot. The hikking experience is poor conpared to other locations in the neighborhood, such as glacier vinciguerra, cerro guanaco, etc. The sight is nice tough,...More
Took a taxi to the "Tea House" from my hotel and back with no problem. Beautiful hike! Beautiful views! You can actually just walk from town, if you want. Cheap and totally worth it!
We wanted to do some trekking and asked around. We were pointed to this attraction. The hike up to the glacier point was good. At the glacier point, although we did not see ice but the sight was marvelous. From there, there are two treks,...More