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Aconcagua Deluxe

Climb to 22,841 feet / 6962 meters in style

What’s the worst part of climb­ing any big moun­tain? Car­ry­ing big loads, deal­ing with minu­tia and the long walk out when you’re ready for a soft bed, a hot meal and a lit­tle lux­u­ry, that’s what! Why suf­fer more than you have to on a climb? Treat yourself!

A Moun­tain Mad­ness exclu­sive, the Aconcagua Deluxe, takes the best of the many options avail­able to climbers and bun­dles them togeth­er for a seam­less and all-inclu­sive expe­di­tion; includ­ing heli­copter trans­port, full porter sup­port, and lux­u­ri­ous crea­ture com­forts in Mendoza.

Price

  • Aconcagua Deluxe

    $10,750 – 21 Days / Includes trav­el time

Dates

Custom Dates Available — Contact Us

Policies

Itinerary

Flight Information

The total num­ber of days for your trip includes all trav­el to and from your des­ti­na­tion, with some excep­tions. Dates list­ed on the web­site start with a depar­ture date from the U.S. and include the day you arrive home. For this trip you will need to arrive in Men­doza, Argenti­na on Day 2. You can arrive any time on Day 2. This neces­si­tates an overnight flight from the U.S. begin­ning on Day 1 of the itin­er­ary. Typ­i­cal­ly, the route to Men­doza is through San­ti­a­go, Chile. You will be met at the air­port by a Moun­tain Mad­ness rep­re­sen­ta­tive and trans­ferred to your hotel.

Your return flight home will also be an overnight flight depart­ing from Men­doza dur­ing the day on Day 20 of the itin­er­ary for a night flight back to the U.S. or your final des­ti­na­tion. Please con­tact our office for any help need­ed with flight schedule.

Equipment

  • Aconcagua Deluxe

    $10,750

    21 Days / Includes trav­el time

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Elevation

22,841 ft / 6962 m

Route

Nor­mal Route along the North­west Ridge 

Guide Ratio

3:1 client to guide ratio

Difficulty

Intermediate

Climbers should be comfortable on steeper snow/ice slopes and/or 5.5-5.7 rock climbing experience depending on the objective. You should have a past climbing experience with proven skills.

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