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Aconcagua

4.73 out of 5 based on 15 customer ratings
(15 customer reviews)

Altitude 6962m, Grade 1C

Named ‘Acconcahuac’ (the stone sentinel) by the Incas, Aconcagua is the highest peak in the Southern and Western hemispheres, the second highest of the Seven Summits and the world’s highest summit outside of the Himalaya.

Our approach to Base camp will be from the North East through the Vacas Valley. This is a much more scenic and less frequented approach than the normal Horcones Valley, giving you a far better experience away from the crowds.

The Vacas Route offers the strong mountain walker, with prior winter walking experience the opportunity to ascend one of the world’s highest trekking summits. Although you will not require any previous climbing experience, the ascent is at very high altitude and therefore requires a high level of fitness, commitment and determination.

The climb is very weather dependent but our high guiding ratios, small group size and levels of support generally gives us a big advantage and improves our summit success. We provide leaders/guides on a ratio of 1:3 /4 throughout the expedition allowing time for you and your guide to get to know each other and the team is limited to 9 or 10 climbers. Our aim is to reduce the physical hardship and create maximum flexibility to give you the best chance of summit success as we can more easily deal with clients varying walking speeds/fitness and weather. Mountain Porters carry any group gear (tents, stoves, shovels, fuel) and we will work with you in the months preceding your expedition to help you identify the very lightest kit possible to further reduce your load to around 13kg. Your guide will assist you with tent placement, cooking and water preparation at the high camps. The expedition will still be physically challenging (all 7000m peaks are!) and you will still have to work hard to reach the summit but you will probably have the lightest load and the best guiding ratio on the mountain throughout the expedition.

Why climb Aconcagua with Adventure Peaks

  • Up to 4 days set aside for a summit attempt
  • Ascent via the Vacas Valley, a far more beautiful and less crowded approach than the normal Horcones route allowing more time to acclimatise.
  • High-altitude porters to carry group equipment (tents, stoves, shovels and fuel)
  • Expedition leaders from the UK who are supported by our regular team of local Argentinian mountain guides to give a 1:3/4 ratio throughout your climb above base camp. Many operators only increase their ratio to this level on summit day allowing little or no time to bond or get to know you! Maximum 9 or 10 clients
  • Quality food, our guides prepare all meals at Camp 1 using a variety of fresh ingredients, to avoid the use of freeze dried food at this stage
  • All National Park permit fees are included in the price
  • Adventure Peaks has been operating successfully on Aconcagua for over fifteen years and we have gradually developed what we see as the best provision on the mountain, giving you the best chance to acclimatise and retain strength for your summit bid.

Or choose the Highly Guided upgrade

You can choose to upgrade to a 1:2 leader/guide ratio giving you the ultimate chance of summit success. With this option, we can more easily deal with clients varying levels of fitness and walking speeds.

Previous experience/fitness

The climb up Aconcagua is non-technical. It is thus suitable for mountain walkers with previous winter walking experience. The route can sometimes be free of snow throughout or can have a solid covering of snow. Clients should have prior experience climbing to around 6000m before attempting Aconcagua. Previous experience of carrying 13-14kg would be advantageous, even though porters carry all group equipment.

Although the ascent of Aconcagua is not technically difficult it is quite a long summit day (from 5900m at high camp to the 6962m summit). This could take 7-10 hours to ascend and 2-4 hours to descend and can prove to be extremely tiring. You should make sure you are fit and used to long mountain days.

The route

On approach we avoid the normal and somewhat busier route from the Horcones valley and opt for the more remote and exciting approach up the Vacas Valley which also provides an additional day of acclimatisation. Mules will be used to support the trek into the base camp. We take the False Polish traverse using Camp 3 Guanacos & Camp Colera joining the Normal Route for the final summit day. Our Itinerary provides upto 4 summit day giving you the best chance of success . One of the continental ‘Seven Summits’. The team will have use of a radio whilst on the hill.

Weather conditions

In Mendoza and on the walk in, it can be very hot. Wearing shorts and t-shirts with sunhats and plenty of suncream is the norm. However, there can also be torrential rain on the walk in so full waterproofs are essential. From Base Camp upwards there can be heavy snowfalls and from Camp 1 up, the wind makes for severe wind chill. At high camp and on summit day the temperature can drop to -15 Celsius. So down jackets, good mitts and double boots are essential.

What to carry

On the trek you should aim to carry a very light rucksack. A 35L sac is ideal and this should contain 1-2L of water; waterproofs; a spare warm layer; camera; mini first aid kit; sun hat, sun-cream and sun-glasses; a warm hat and gloves. The rest of your gear can go in your kit bag and/or larger rucksack to be carried by the mules. On the mountain you will need a 60-65L sac to allow for the movement of your personal bulky gear such as sleeping bag, thermo-rest and down jackets. Porters carry group gear

Health

All our leaders hold first aid certificates and carry a fully equipped first aid kit for medical emergencies. However you should bring your own supplies of plasters, blister prevention pads (compeed), paracetamol etc. and any medication you are taking. Consult your GP or a vaccine specialist for professional advice or visit the Fit for Travel website.

Water including that from non-sealed bottles should never be drunk without first sterilizing with chlorine tablets or by boiling. There is a doctor at base-camp who will perform a basic medical check before your climb, including blood pressure 02 Saturation and Heart-rate.

INSURANCE

Insurance which covers rescue, medical expenses and helicopter evacuation is essential for all expeditions. We will require a copy of your insurance prior to departure.

USEFUL TIPS

Just in case your main luggage goes missing en route, it is a good idea to wear your boots on the plane. Most other things can be replaced but comfortable, well worn-in boots are more difficult to replace.

EQUIPMENT

A detailed equipment list is provided on booking. Specialist items such as sleeping bags and down jackets can be hired or purchased with 15% discount from the RRP of clothing and gear from our shop

BAGGAGE

For your own comfort, travel light. Normally airlines restrict baggage to 22kg, but you will be wearing boots and one set of trekking clothes. Some items can be left at the hotel for your return. A suitable kit bag is provided but important items should also be packed in plastic bags.

ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

We ask that you ensure that all your rubbish is carried back to base camp where we will pay for it to be removed back down to the valley by mules. You will be handed a bin liner by the Park Ranger upon entry into Aconcagua National Park and this will be numbered and counted in and out and fines issued if necessary.

VISAS AND PERMITS

No visa is required for UK and US Citizens and many other countries. For non-UK citizens, you may need to pay a Reciprocity fee before you enter Argentina.
Aconcagua Climbing Permits are included in our expedition price but we must all go to the Park Office in Mendoza to register and pick them up.

CURRENCY

The currency in Argentina is the peso. Traveller’s cheques and foreign currency can be exchanged at most banks. Credit Cards Visa and Mastercard are widely accepted but surcharges of 10% are common. Ensure the magnetic strip is in good condition.

TIPPING

The average tip is generally 10%. For exceptional service you may wish to consider a higher amount.

Helpful links

You can read more information about Aconcagua with the following links:

  • Wikipedia
  • Summitpost
  • Mountain-forecast – A great site for weather forecasts for Aconcagua and many other peaks we visit.
  • Alanarnette – A very popular site which gives Alan’s thoughts and experiences climbing Aconcagua  including details on the mountain, Training, Gear and Communications.
  • Aconcagua Summit Panorama – Using Google Streetview technology.

Trip dossier

Trip dossier

  • Adventure Peaks has been operating successfully on Aconcagua for over fifteen years and we have gradually developed what we see as the best provision on the mountain, giving you the best chance to acclimatise and retain strength for your summit bid
  • Communication equipment – Satellite telephone to maintain links with our UK office and to receive vital weather forecasts. Radios to allow communication between our groups on the mountain
  • International flights from London (Flight inclusive package)
  • All National Park permit fees are included in the price
  • The only expedition company to provide mountain domes/communal tents and fresh food at camp 1 and camp 2 allowing you to relax and retain strength during your move to high camp
  • Quality food, our guides prepare all meals using a variety of fresh ingredients, others providers tend to use freeze dried food at this stage, we don’t
  • Expedition leaders from the UK who are supported by our regular team of local Argentinian mountain guides to give a 1:3 ratio throughout your climb above base camp. Many operators only increase their ratio to this level on summit day allowing little or no time to bond or get to know you! Maximum 9 clients
  • High-altitude porters to carry group equipment (tents, stoves, shovels and fuel)
  • Adventure Peaks expedition team leader. Small groups may use a local leader.
  • All tents and other communal equipment necessary for the climb.
  • Medical safety equipment and supplies.
  • Communication equipment (members on a Grade 3B or above are normally provided with a radio whilst on the mountain and the team is often supported with a Satellite Telephone
  • 3 days set aside for a summit attempt
  • Hotel and other valley accommodation on a Bed & Breakfast basis as per the itinerary
  • Road Transfer Mendoza to the Mountain and Back
  • 2 Group Airport Transfer between Mendoza Airport and hotel (excluding if joining land only)
  • 110 litre kit bag for expedition members for UK based clients. A logoed top will be substituted for all clients residing outside of the UK
  • 15% discount off the RRP for equipment and clothing purchased at our Adventure Peaks shops and online
  • Travel to and from UK airport (unless otherwise specified).
  • Personal climbing clothes and equipment.
  • Drinks and hotel or guest house meals, unless specified.
  • Personal medical supplies and personal use of communication equipment.
  • Excess baggage.
  • Tips for porters and local guides.
  • Costs associated with an expedition finishing early.
  • Costs associated with you leaving an expedition early.
  • Costs associated with extending a trip due to bad weather or other circumstances.
  • Transfers to and from Mendoza airport if flights NOT booked with Adventure Peaks

Day 1-2 International flight arriving day 2. (H,B on day 2)

Day 3 Wasting no time in Mendoza we complete the permit formalities before traveling overland into the mountains and to Penitentes, a drive of about four hours. Here you organise your gear in readiness for the mules and our walk into base camp. Hostel, Penitentes  (H,B)

Day 4     The trek into Base Camp at Plaza Argentinas starts today with a short drive to Punta de Vacas.  Mules will carry all of your gear so you can enjoy the walk without heavy loads. The walk on the first day is reasonably easy although very hot and dusty and takes you through green desert valley scenery enclosed between the steep mountains of the Andes. Trekking up the west side of the Rio de las Vacas to your camp at Pampa de Lenas (2800m) is approximately 5 to 6 hours. The Park Ranger will examine the permits and issue rubbish bags, which will be checked again at the end of the expedition to ensure all garbage is removed from the mountain. Camp, Pampa de Lenas.   (C,B,L,D)

Day 5     Leaving camp we cross the bridge over the Rio de las Vacas to then follow it up the beautiful valley to reach our overnight camp at Casa de Piedra (3250m), a journey of about 6 hours.  From here you will get superb evening views of Aconcagua.  Camp, Casa de Piedra. (C,B,L,D)

Day 6     We start the day with a river crossing to enter the Relinchos valley, initially a steep narrow canyon that eventually leads to a broader hanging valley and our Base Camp at Plaza Argentinas (4200m). The campsite will be in the moraine that provides a convenient windbreak and good views of the route ahead. Base Camp, Plaza Argentinas.  (C,B,L,D)

Day 7     Rest day, acclimatisation and preparations for the climb. Base Camp, Plaza Argentinas.  (C,B,L,D)                        

Day 8     Today as our porters take any group gear required for the climb to Camp 1(4850m), we follow taking a small amount of food (about 5kg) as an acclimatisation walk. Although the route to Camp 1 is easy; the altitude will make it feel much steeper. You will return to Base Camp to aid rest.  Climbing high and sleeping low is essential for acclimatisation in these early stages; you will feel much stronger in the longer term.  Base Camp, Plaza Argentinas.  (C,B,L,D)

Day 9     Acclimatisation day and final preparation  in base camp. Camp 1. (C,B,L,D)

Day 10 Today we move up with personal gear to Camp 1. Camp 1.  (C,B,L,D)

Day 11 Acclimatisation walk to Camp 2 at Guanacos (5400m) to drop off a few kg of food, porters will have moved group gear. The route to Camp 2 is a little steeper up to the col and generally takes around 3 to 4 hours. Return to Camp 1 for overnight. Camp 1. (C,B,L,D)

Day 12 Rest day and acclimatisation that can also be used for crampon and ice axe training depending on snow conditions. Camp 1. (C,B,L,D)

Day 13 Climb to Camp 2 at Guanacos, situated on a platform at 5400m with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.   (C,B,L,D)

Day 14 Rest day at Camp 2 Guanacos to acclimatise and prepare for our summit bid. Camp23.  (C,B,L,D)

Day 15 Move to Camp Colera, our launching platform for the summit bid. When the team are ready to make their summit attempt we will move up to Camp Colera ready to make the summit attempt the following day (5970m). Porters move group equipment.

Summit Days 16-18  The team has three days in which to reach the summit leaving spare time in case of bad weather, however the summit will be attempted on the first day of good weather. Camp Colera.  (C,B,L,D)

Our Expedition leaders are from the UK and are supported by a regular team of local Argentinian mountain guides to give a 1:3 ratio throughout your climb above Base Camp. Many operators only increase their ratio to this level on summit day allowing little or no time to bond or get to know you! Maximum 9 clients.

Our UK leaders for the coming season are all past veterans of Aconcagua expeditions and include Stuart Peacock – 3 times Everest summiteer, Martin Doyle – UIAGM Guide, Everest Summiteer and past Director of Plas Y Brenin, Carrie Gibson – Everest summiteer and Dave Pritt – Adventure Peaks Director, Everest Summiteer and five times Aconcagua. Probably the strongest line up on the mountains, Adventure Peaks are High Altitude experts!

You will receive an Adventure Peaks 120 litre kitbag to use on your expedition and to keep afterwards. (Please buy a small padlock to lock the zips at all times). (If you are a non-UK client or have been on a trip with us before, you will receive a logoed top in lieu of a kitbag. Please let us know your top size.

Please ensure your 60-70 litre rucksack is such that equipment such as tent poles and sleeping mats can be placed inside, rather than hanging from the outside.

Aconcagua can be a very cold mountain therefore quality clothing, gloves and boots are essential for your own comfort and safety.

Boots – the best boots are Boreal G1 Lite’s, La Sportiva Spantik or another double lined boot.

Gloves – Down over-gloves/mitts with a normal glove as an inner are recommended.

Clothing – on summit day good quality fleece trousers and a down jacket are adequate. A warmer alternative would be a down suit or salopettes and jacket.

All of the above items can be bought or hired from Adventure Peaks.  Clients receive a 15% discount when purchasing equipment and clothing from the shop.

Here is a great video from our Roy, a client in 2013 with Martin Barnett as our leader and Max the local guide.
The video shows the Aconcagua Vacas Valley route and Plaza Argentina Base camp and out via Plaza De Mulas and Horcones Valley.

Aconcagua 2013 – 2014 from Roy Partington on Vimeo.

Previous trip reports from Aconcagua

Be prepared rather than being left at camp Be prepared rather than being left at camp! - How’s your personal organisation? Knowing your gear, layering, glove systems, getting ready in sub-zero conditions, being on time and being ready to accept the unexpected. On paper all this appears so simple, but fumbling with gloves in a sub zero blizzard can result in frost bitten fingers very quickly. Read more about personal organisation.
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Ojos del Salado Ojos del Salado & Aconcagua Expedition January 2017 - DOUBLE SUMMIT SUCCESS on Ojos del Salado and Aconcagua for the last team of the season - congratulations!
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aconcagua-success06 Aconcagua Expedition 7 January 2017 - 100% SUMMIT SUCCESS ON ACONCAGUA! 22nd January - The whole team made it to the summit - Congratulations everyone!
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Aconcagua-Martin-Barnet Aconcagua – is it for you? - If you are looking to climb Aconcagua this coming season Adventurer Peaks offers some of the best support and logistics on the mountain in our attempt to get 100% client success. Here are eight reasons to climb Aconcagua with Adventure Peaks:
Aconcagua views More summits on Aconcagua – 100% client success - Fantastic news from Aconcagua arrived today, for the second time this season our whole group reached the summit, giving us 100% summit success this year. Adventure Peaks new Aconcagua Itinerary again delivers 100% client summit success. Well done to the whole team, we await their photographs.
aconcagua-gilesruck-jan15-47 Aconcagua expedition. Departed Jan 9th ’15 - 23rd January - The team have made their summit bid and are now safe at Plaza de Mulas base camp.

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Adventure Peaks do not provide any advice on travel insurance, although it is a requirement of our booking conditions that you have travel insurance which covers the activities which you are likely to be undertaking on your holiday. Cover must include emergency medical, helicopter evacuation, repatriation and rescue expenses.

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15 reviews for Aconcagua

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Aconcagua is no trekking peak and overall my best trip yet, absolutely fulfilling my expectations. It was tough than people thought and the leaders were top class turning a large group in to a large team. They were not just great leaders but great friends. 10 out of 10. Also the local guides were spot on. I chose AP because of the people involved from the shop to the mountain!.
    Thank you very much, an exceptional expedition from start to finish. Can’t wait for the next one, Cheers.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Over all the trip was well run and both Mark and Kieran worked hard to ensure things went well for everyone. One of the best organised on the mountain, thanks to Mark and Kieran

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I had a good timely response to my initial enquiry with the number of summit days and the route appealed to me. Appeared professional and inclusive.

    I really like the Adventure Peaks settup including shop, hire, weekends and the personal touch from Dave. Kieran worked extremely hard to sort the camping food and he did an excellent job. It was plentiful, varied and easy to manage.

    The local support team were excellent with superb safety on summit day.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Overall, the trip was brilliant and very enjoyable. Mark and Kieran are superb leaders, mature and confident always putting clients first. I cannot fault them. Mark was also superb with the airlines. He led us on the mountain and also through our interesting time at the airport. I would use Adventure Peaks again with excellent organisation and superb leaders!

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Tents were new, excellent condition and the whole team was excellent! Great expertise/knowledge. The UK Guides were very organised and took time to teach me new skills etc. Both were brilliant.

    The only thing that I would have liked was an extra camp site at camp 3 which would have improved my summit chance. That said, i understand the limitations of being in a large group.

  6. 4 out of 5

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    I am impressed by your pre-support and commitment to the customer. Thanks.
    The food was very good but more pasta at altitude was a general feeling! Service and advice before booking was very helpful and afterwards it was excellent and you give appropriate advice as I was contacting you by email and got a rapid response.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    I had a one to one discussion when visiting your Ambleside Shop, with personal recommendations I chose Adventure Peaks so felt confident in your organisation.

    It was a very memorable trip/experience. Well organised and good attention to detail.

  8. 4 out of 5

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    Past experience with Adventure Peaks is well organised and has good client safety measures so I would use you again due to your track record.

  9. 4 out of 5

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    Service and advice after booking plus the accuracy of your brochure was great. The kit list was a great help. No real improvements in overall grade but need to consider route options. We discussed the route options with the leader. Ultimately we decided on which was probably easier with a higher chance of success than the brochure description. I would recommend making this option more visible so that the right route can be chosen to suit the clients on the day.

  10. 4 out of 5

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    I got to 6600m but it was very professional trip with very good guides so would use you again.

  11. 5 out of 5

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    Perhaps a need for more emphasis on the physical and mental toughness needed to summit Aconcagua but still all excellent.
    Kiaran was an excellent leader – approachable, supportive and very well organised. An excellent trip – tough but very rewarding.

  12. 5 out of 5

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    Your Argentinian guide is excellent but his English will need to improve. Having someone to speak with local staff in Spanish was very useful and beneficial. I chose Adventure Peaks because of your advice and recommendations regarding Martin our leader.

  13. 5 out of 5

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    The kit list could be broken down more to essential or optional, nice to have items.
    Martin was excellent and so is Maxi. You guys were cheaper than jagged Globe which is why I chose Adventure Peaks. I would definitely use you again. I am looking forward to the next trip!

  14. 5 out of 5

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    Adventure Peaks are a very professional outfit, and at a very competitive price.

  15. 5 out of 5

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    We had very good guides. The lead guide Martin was absolutely lovely and very patient. The local guides Pablo and Marcos were very knowledgeable. Marco’s local expertise was invaluable in modifying our schedule to use a shot at the summit.

    On summit day he set a good pace and made some tough but fair decisions regarding the progress of certain team members, for their own safety.

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Aconcagua Highly Guided upgrade - £950 You can choose to upgrade to a 1:2 leader/guide ratio giving you the ultimate chance of summit success as we can more easily deal with clients varying levels of fitness and walking speeds.

Deposits

The Initial Deposits for this booking will be :£400 per Person


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