- Issue 54, Winter 2018 Aconcagua: Life at 22,000 Feet to Judi Online Terpercaya
- Issue 52, Summer 2018 Motorcycle South
- Issue 49, Autumn 2018 Evita Perón, Argentine Obsession
- Issue 43, Spring 2018 Kayaking Rio Cotahuasi Canyon
- Issue 41, August 2018 Hitchhiking in Patagonia
- Issue 38, September 2018 Gran Bajo de San Julian
- Issue 37, June 2018 Wild-West Shows & Rodeos in the Early 1900’s
- Issue 20, January 2018 Skiing, Penguins of the Valdez
- Issue 15, October 2018 Mountain Passes Through the Andes
- Issue 13, July 2018 Lost El Meson Meteorite
- Issue 2, March 2018 Jewish Gauchos
Does anyone know the price of a bus ticket from Buenos Aires to Curatiba (Brazil)??
April 23, 2001
AR027 Just got back from a non-commercial, un-guided climbing trip of Aconcagua, via the normal route, if anyone is planning or thinking about a trip like this & needs current info. feel free to contact me.
Also, my wife spent 2 or 3 days in the following cities: San Luis, Cordoba, Tucuman, Salta, & La Rioja. We also spent 6-days in Mendoza, & 5-days in Santaigo, Chile. We are more than willing to share our travel information. Here’s my name, Address,
624 Dettmar Ave.
Baden, PA. 15005
April 22, 2001
AR026 Argentne products
Where can I find products from Argentine? ie shampoo, foods, soap. Things of this sort.
AR025 Travel to NW Argentina
Hi, I am planning a trip to Salta/Jujuy in Argentina this November. Would appreciate info on sights to see-nature/forest oriented. Also, ideas on whether to rent a car or use public trans. Other tips.
AR024 Welcome to ARGENTINA
ARGENTINA –> meet people in Buenos Aires
We are a team of Argentinians and foreign residents who hold social gatherings every tuesday in a beautiful cafe in Recoleta Area. We welcome you to join us during our meetings! Find a more natural setting to learn about the people, culture and customs of ARGENTINA. We offer long or short term visitors and argentinians also a friendly setting in which to talk with locals and foreigners, in addition we participate in cultural activities at no cost. Don´t miss this chance! Our activity is totally free and serious. Visit our site and email us now to: firstname.lastname@example.org
AR023 TRAVEL COMPANION
Hi, I’m a 23 year old Sydney girl who is travelling to South America between March and September this year. Looking for anyoone who is interested in nature, trekking, rafting, taking it easy, eating and also hoping to improve their Spanish (although if you can already speak it that is an added bonus). Had planned to start in Chile then fly to Ecuador and head down thru Peru to Bolivia and northwest Argentina. I’d like to go a little bit of the beaten track, well as far as you can go while avoiding day long bus trips anyway. And I don’t mind hooking up with local tours to go hiking and that sort of thing. But apart from that I would prefer to get around using local transport so I actually get a chance to meet the locals. I’ve got a few must sees but apart from that I’m pretty flexible. I would love to hear from anyoone with similar interests who is planning on being in South America at the same time.Also, does anyoone know what is the cheapest way to phone Australia from the above countries? Buy a phonecard over there or use an Australian phone home card? Or some other method I haven’t even thought of?Bye for now, Jenai (email@example.com)
AR022 Recent travel information: Argentina
WWW.HUPJE.NET Yes an excellent site. Even if it is my own. I’m currently uploading my travelogue of my current trip around the world. It has a detailed travelogue on how I sailed the Chilean waters on a ferry, surprised a large cat (puma) in Los Glaciers National Park and how I ventured into unknown trekking country to find myself catching fish with local settlers and in the end reach my goal by boat and not on foot. Other travelers will be interested in the country specific information section and trekking route descriptions. Anyone will enjoy the 100+ pictures which load in a few seconds. Be my guest and sign the guestbook. Suggest other items to include.
KEEP THE ADVENTURE ALIVE AND JOIN ME
HAVE A GREAT TRIP
P.S. Anyone going to Ecuador or Northern Peru over the few month?
AR021 WANTED ! Looking for Insects dealers!
I am looking for Insects dealers (Beetles). This is FUKINUKI(Mr) a Japanese entomologist. I am Taxa of world Lucanidae. Also, I like all beetles. Please give me contact.
Rainforest Laboratory 6-18-22 Kasuga, Fukuyama-city, Hiroshima 721-0907 Japan
AR019 The Argentina Connection
Hi: My name is Andres, I love backpacking and I’d traveled some through Argentina.I just wanted to tell you that if you ever need some help from a “native”, just mail me. I live in Buenos Aires so maybe I can be helpfull. Just mail back.
AR014 Russian-speaking Buenos Aires
Has anyone ever been interested in visiting or actually visited the Russian-speaking or (Ukrainian-speaking) area of Buenos Aires? If such area exists it should be around “Barrionce”. Has Judi Online been there? Also, a very old travel guide recommended a Russian restaurant called “Rosalka”. Does anyone know anything about this establishment?
AR005 Visit Buenos Aires?
Argentina (my country) offer magnificent landscapes, friendly people, the best steaks in the world, incredible, inexpensive wines, and it’s Capital –Buenos Aires– a lot of cultural events, cafes everywhere, salsa and tango bars, etc.If any of you are thinking to come to south-america, your trip will be not complete if you don’t visit Buenos Aires and, from there, the diff. interesting turistic places in Argentina.Also it’s a good place to learn Spanish, because there are many institutes and private teachers, and it’s not so expensive as people says, when you live with a local.
I will be glad to help travelers with some first hand turistic info, and with a cheap lodging –homestay– in BA.
- South American Explorer magazine
- More information about Argentina
- Tag Archives route
Ruta Normal, The Normal Route. Approach from the Horcones Valley, through Northwest scree and snow slopes, up the west side to the summit. Challenging due to extreme weather conditions, especially freezing temperatures and winds. Suggested time needed, round-trip from North America: 3 weeks. Average climbing time: 11 days (3 to 14 days) from Plaza de Mulas, the standard base camp. Average descent time: 3 days to Puente del Inca. Not technically difficult. Zurbriggen’s route, 1897.
Ruta Glaciar de los Polacos, Relinchos Glacier, The Polish Route. Approach from Valle de las Vacas, through the northeast slopes to the East Face of the Glacier. Difficult. Requires crampons, ice axes, ropes. Suggested time needed, round-trip from North America: 4 weeks. Average climbing time: 15 days from Plaza Argentina. Average descent time: 5 days to Punta de Vacas. Polish Andes Expedition: S. Dasynski, K. Narkiewicz-Jodko, S. Osiecki, W. Ostrowski, 1934.
Also Read ; Backpacking Guide for Beginners
Cara Sur, The French Route, The South Face Route. Approach through the Horcones Inferior Valley, through very steep ice walls and exposed rock. Extremely difficult. French Expedition: A. Dagger, L. Berardini, E. Denis, P. Lesueur, G. Poulet, 1954.
Newer routes tend to explore the South Face, which is broad and can be climbed in many ways. The West Face has only one route, with one variant that connects to it at 5800 m.
Filo Suroeste. Similar to the French Route, but approaches through the Horcones Valley to the southwest ridge. F. Grajales, F. Ibanez, F. and D. Marmillod, 1953.
Ruta Agrentina. Runs through Valley of las Vacas to the southeast face. J. Jasson, E. Porcellana, G. Vieiro, 1966.
Central Couloir. Runs between the French Route and the Ruta Argentina, 1966.
Reinhold Messner. Soloed a direct finish to the French Route, 1974.
Japanese Expedition. Another variation on the French Route on the South Face, 1981.