is a small tourist village located in the extreme north of Los Glaciares National Park
, in the heart of the southern Patagonian mountain range, at the foot of the mythical Mount Fitz Roy, rich in flora and fauna, in the history of its pioneers and climbers. of all the world. Behind the colossal granite walls that dominate the landscape is the famous Southern Patagonian Ice Field
, the most important continental ice mass on our planet after Antarctica, from which the glaciers that feed the great lakes in the area descend.
To get to this paradise of pure nature, you arrive at the next town of El Calafate, by plane or bus, and from there you travel 215 km of the Patagonian steppe along the recently paved route that surrounds the Argentino and Viedma lakes.
Services. The offer of services and products in El Chaltén is varied and continuously growing. To stay there are many options, the most popular are hostels and cabins. To eat, visitors will find restaurants, pizzerias and bars. Visitors should keep in mind that due to its isolated geographical situation. The town has internet and cellular telephony