How about walking on crampons over a 20 thousand year old glacier? From the famous Martial Glacier you get to see most of the Darwin mountain range, as well as the Beagle Canal and Ushuaia itself. Its an ideal option for those searching for safe adventure not far from Ushuaia.
Requirements for joining this expedition are:
1 day itinerary – 9am departure / 3pm return
At 9am we leave Ushuaia to start our 6 hour trek. After a short drive from town and a light approach to the base of the glacier, we’ll learn all the necessary techniques and skills with extremely experienced guides. We’ll take the same path back to the road and to Ushuaia.
** The above itinerary is subject to change due weather conditions, performance of the group, political / administrative problems and any other events not described.
Having good mountaineering equipment is one of the key points to have a successful trip to Mount Avelar. Please note all your personal equipment will be checked by one of our guides before departure. Ushuaia has a few mountaineering shops where equipment can be easily purchased.
Hat or cap
For sun protectionQuantity: 1 (optional)
Buff or similarQuantity: 1 (OPTIONAL)
Sunglasses (cat 3 or 4)
With side protection to fit your faceQuantity: 1
Sunscreen and lip balm
30 FPS or moreQuantity: 1
A good snow, rain and windproof jacketQuantity: 1
Synthetic fibre long or short sleeve t-shirtQuantity: 1
Used alone or as part of a layer system for better performanceQuantity: 1
Light trekking pantsQuantity: 1
Goretex or similar pants will be used for high wind or during snow conditionsQuantity: 1
Fleece or polartec gloves for every day useQuantity: 1 pair (OPTIONAL)
Waterproof trekking boots, try wearing them before the expeditionQuantity: 1 pair
Good thick trekking socksQuantity: 1 pair
25fps or above, any brandQuantity: 1
Any sort of water container for hydrationQuantity: 1 litre
25 to 35 litres for water, food and personal belongingsQuantity: 1
Gives you more stability during walk and summit push.Quantity: 1 or pair (OPTIONAL)
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A ski athlete, Sebastian Beltrame Muschietti was born in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world! Skiing since he was 2 years old, Sebastian became a ski athlete competing for alpine world ski championships when he was 10.
At 18 he became a professional biathlon athlete (country cross skiing shooting a .22 rifle). Competing as biathlon professional athlete for 7 years, he won national and South American competitions. Sebastian participated in several world championships in many European countries including the Winter Olympic Games in Torino in 2006.
In 2007 he decided to retire from professional competitions to then focus on the guiding career. Sebastian worked on his rock, ice, and mixed climbing skills as well as guiding techniques to graduate as a mountain guide in 2011 at the Argentinean Mountaineering Guides Association (AAGM). He works as a professional mountain guide since then. Sebastian’s next mission is to become a UIAA Mountain Ski Guide.
Sebastian has done a large number of technical climbs at the Darwin Range and Patagonia while many of those are new lines. He now runs ski expeditions and ski traverses regularly and is one of the best-known guides in the island.
Cost is U$ 90 (U$ 160 for a private tour), contact us to know payment methods:
What is NOT included: