ACONCAGUA CLIMBING SERVICES
HOTELS IN MENDOZA CITY
We offer our clients a wide range of accommodations at reasonable prices, from five-star to less expensive hotels, while staying in Mendoza. We work closely with several hotels that offer us discounted rates, such as the NH Mendoza, which is located in the center of town and whose staff enjoys working with climbers. Please contact us for more information.
ACCOMMODATIONS NEAR THE ENTRANCE TO ACONCAGUA PROVINCIAL PARK
In Penitentes (2,800 m), which is close to both entrances of the park, we book rooms at the Ayelén Hotel. They have great food and room sizes that accommodate from one to four people. Each room has a private bath and breakfast is included in the price. Most climbers will spend one night here to acclimatize before starting their trek to Base Camp.
HOSTEL – LAS CUEVAS
Hostel service at Las Cuevas offers shared rooms. Bathroom is also shared among passengers.
For pricing information about our lodging services please contact us at Info@aconcaguamg.com
AMG can arrange all your transportation needs while in Argentina, including airport pickups in Mendoza, transportation from Mendoza to Penitentes round-trip, as well as Penitentes to the climbing trailheads. We can also provide you a variety of local excursions such as wine tours. Our agency has private vehicles to drive you where you wish to go, allowing you to relax and enjoy some of the most wonderful views in the Central Andes.
REGULAR TRANSPORTATION SERVICE PENITENTES – SANTIAGO DE CHILE
If your fight home departs from Santiago, Chile, we can arrange direct transportation from Los Puquios to Santiago so you don’t need to return to Mendoza.
For transportation and lodging prices, please contact us at Info@aconcaguamg.com
This service is available throughout the season for rescue evacuation or for people who would rather fly down from Base Camps instead of walking out. It is a 15-minute flight back to the entrance of the Park.
For additional information on pricing, please contact us at Info@aconcaguamg.com
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