With almost every possible landscape and habitat you can imagine the trekking in Argentina is fantastic and ideal for all levels and styles.

Ideal time to travel

All year round

Where in Argentina

Salta & the Northwest | The Iguazú Waterfalls | The Iberá Wetlands | The Sierras of Cordóba | The Vineyards of Mendoza | Buenos Aires & the Pampas | The Patagonian Lake District | The Whales of Peninsula Valdes | The Glaciers National Park | Tierra del Fuego & Antarctica


Sailing & trekking in Los Galciares National Park | Kayaking & trekking in Tierra del Fuego

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Hiking in Argentina

Impressive Andean Views

El Chalten, Bariloche and Tierra del Fuego have the best options for hikers in Argentina with good infrastructure and best views. There are many other places around the country where great trekking is available.

Hiking in Argentina

Many, well-posted routes in El Chalten

In El Chalten, inside the Parque Nacional Los Galciers, there are several routes around the Fitz Roy range. Laguna de los Tres having arguably the best vistas of Patagonia, the Laguna Torre hike to Cerro Torre and the glacier Torre and the easier hikes to Laguna Capri or Luguna Toro.

Hiking in Argentina

The View Down onto Bariloche’s Great Lake

Bariloche itself is quite large with lots of restaurants and activities. Close by there are hiking routes to Cerro Tronador or around Bahia Lopez, and into Nahuel Huapi National Park.

Hiking in Argentina

Starting out in Ushuaia

In Tierra del Fuego, the best hiking is found in its National Park a few kilometres from Ushuaia especially in Lapataia Bay by the Beagle Channel.