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    Before contacting us, please consult these questions, they may be of great help to you.

    The optimal time for an Aconcagua expedition is typically during the Southern Hemisphere’s summer, from December to February. These months offer more favorable weather conditions with milder temperatures and lower precipitation, enhancing the overall trekking experience.

    A reasonable level of physical fitness is essential for the Aconcagua expedition. Trekkers should be prepared for long, challenging hikes at high altitudes. Regular cardiovascular and strength training exercises are recommended to ensure participants can handle the physical demands of the ascent.

    Yes, permits are mandatory for ascending Aconcagua. These permits can be obtained through the Provincial Park Administration in Mendoza, Argentina. It is advisable to initiate the permit application process well in advance of your planned expedition dates to secure the necessary approvals.

    Safety is a top priority during Aconcagua expeditions. Experienced guides accompany trekkers, and the ascent is planned with acclimatization days to help mitigate the effects of high altitude. Additionally, our team is equipped with emergency medical supplies, and communication systems are in place to ensure prompt response to any unforeseen situations.

    The maximum group size for Aconcagua expeditions is carefully managed to ensure safety and a personalized experience. Solo trekkers are welcome to join scheduled group departures, providing an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals. Private expeditions can also be arranged for those seeking a more exclusive adventure.