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This is the highest trekking peak in the world and highest mountain in the western  hemisphere. After Everest, Aconcagua is the second highest of the seven summits 6,962m/ 22,841ft. Climbing Aconcagua on the normal route is all about endurance and acclimatization while dealing with cold and harsh weather. Named the stone sentinel by the Incas., most of the climb is on rocky trails and rises straight up from Base Camp to summit. Aconcagua is often
underestimated; it is a formidable challenge. This expedition is for trekkers who are in excellent  physical shape as it is a strenuous and demanding climb which needs careful consideration and previous altitude experience before trying to climb Aconcagua.
We feel those who have previous altitude experience above 6,000m/ 16,404ft and who are avid  hikers/climbers have the best success rate on this climb. With the extreme altitude, and the weather and camping conditions on  Aconcagua make this a very challenging expedition. You need to come experienced and familiar with extreme conditions before attempting this difficult climb.

Trip Details

Duration: days
Altitude: 6962m metres above sea level
Difficulty: Hard
Trip Type: Tea House/Camping
Departure Dates: Jan 2021


Price Includes

  • Permit fees for Expedition
  • Accommodations in Mendoza and during the trek.
  • International and Domestics Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers
  • Meals while trekking and climbing
  • Accommodations during the trekking and climbing period
  • Group equipment required for the climb
  • Qualified and experienced guides
  • Experienced base camp cook, kitchen boys
  • Experienced climbing Sherpas

Price Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner during the stay in Mendoza
  • Personal climbing gear
  • Insurance and cancellation of trip
  • Staff tips and summit bonus
  • Personal expenses such as beverages, laundry, postages, telephone, email etc.
  • Permit for filming
  • Personal satellite phone permit
  • Airport departure tax
  • Custom duty and import license fees for expedition goods arriving in Nepal.
  • Helicopter insurance, if emergency.

Note: We can also prepare tailor-made itinerary according to your needs.

What to Expect

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements
Mt. Everest is technical mountain. It contains technical and very steep ice and/or rock climbing.
All climbers need to have good skills on rock and ice climbing and technically competent. Experience on ascending or descending on fixed ropes along a steep technical terrain is very important. A high standard of physical and mental fitness is also necessary for the climb.
Best Time for Mt. Everest Expedition
The post-monsoon season from October to January is considered the best time for Mt. Everest


Day 1Today we will arrive in Mendoza at 760m (2,493ft). We will be waiting for you at the airport to take you to the hotel.

Day 2Today we will go to Puente Del Inca at 2,725m (8,940ft), but before heading to Puente del Inca.

Day 3Head to Confluencia at 3,300m (10,827ft).

Day 4Trek to Plaza Francia (4,000m/13,123ft), the base of the south face of Mt. Aconcagua.

Day 5The trek to The Plaza de Mulas Base Camp (4,260m/13,976ft) takes approximately 8 hours and we will complete it today.

Day 6Today is a rest day.

Day 7Acclimatization trek to Mt. Bonete Summit at (5,100m/16,732ft) and return to Plaza de Mulas, which will take approximately 6 hours..

Day 8Today we will have an acclimatization trek to Camp 1 “Canadᔕ at 4,910m (16,109ft).

Day 9Rest and acclimatization day.

Day 10Today, after a 3 hour trek, you will reach Camp 1 “Canada”• at 4,910m (16,109ft).

Day 11Climb to Camp 2 “Nido de Cóndores”• at 5,250m (17,224ft). This trek lasts 4 hours and when you reach Nido de Cóndores you will set up the tents with the guides help.

Day 12Climb to Camp 3 “Berlin” at 5,900m (19,357ft) which will be the last altitude camp before the summit attempt.

Day 13Climb from Camp 3 to the summit of Aconcagua at 6,962m (22,841ft) and return to Camp 3.

Day 14Today you will descend back to the Plaza de Mulas Base Camp after a 3 hour trek.

Day 15Descent to Puente del Inca and complete our last trek during the expedition.

Day 16Today we will arrive back in Mendoza for breakfast and this will end our service.

Day 17Extra day for contingencies that may prevent the normal development of the program.

Day 18- Extra day for contingencies that may prevent the normal development of the program. Leave for your departing flight home or to your next destination.

Important Note

At ‘Into the Himalaya’, we do not compromise with the safety aspects. Please remember that your Leader has the authority to change or cancel any part of the itinerary in case the situation demands so. As the Expedition revolves around remote areas and engages in extreme level of altitude, there are chances of variances in weather and circumstances, so we cannot guarantee that the itinerary will go as planned. However, our team will try it’s very best to keep up with the plan, but please bear with us and be flexible if the situation demands so.