The Aconcagua, with its 6,962 m.a.s.l., is part of the “Seven Summits”, which is formed by the highest peaks of each continent, a feature that makes it unique in the American continent.
The Aconcagua normal route, although it requires excellent physical condition, can also be ascended by people who do not have a high technical climbing level. Therefore, everyone can have the possibility of visiting one of the highest points on earth.
This route offers an acclimatization alternative: instead of acclimatizing as we ascend to Cerro Aconcagua, acclimatization occurs while we climb other mountains (Cerro Vallecitos [5,500 m]; Adolfo Calle [4,300 m] and Stepanek [4,250 m]), so that we have two great advantages. Firstly, you will have the chance to visit another beautiful place in the Andes; secondly, you will climb other important mountains and return home having ascended four peaks instead of one.
Our itinerary is designed to make a proper and gradual acclimatization to altitude and to have the widest range of possibilities when ascending to the summit. Therefore, the ascent is gradual, with strategic days off.