We are a non-profit organization founded by inhabitants of El Chaltén. Year after year, more and more tourists visit our Park, generating many different issues and concerns for the National Park Administration. We seek to get involved and co-operate with them, taking care of our “backyard” the northern section of Los Glaciares National Park.
We need your support
Los Glaciares National Park is one of the most beautiful places in Argentina, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
If you visit the northern area of the Park, you will be able to enjoy pristine landscapes, drink water straight from many streams, perhaps be lucky enough to spot a Condor, a fox or a huemul. Discover behind some clouds the famous Cerro Torre and Cerro Fitz Roy. Walk among ancient lengas along self-guided trails, signposted and maintained by a handful of people working at the National Park Administration.
Our Organization co-operates with them in the conservation of the Park, so its beauty lasts in time. If you enjoyed this corner of Patagonia and value the effort of those who want to conserve it, please help us with your support.
Why is your support important?
El Chaltén is recognized throughout the world for being the National Capital of Trekking. This is due to the scenic circuit of trails offered by the northern part of Los Glaciares National Park.
The National Parks Administration carries out one of the most important tasks: to disseminate and communicate information of great importance and usefulness for touring the National Park.
Two qualified and bilingual people were hired to attend the National Park’s visitor’s center.
Thanks to Luciano Bacchi and Florian for the photos.